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Sunday, February 20, 2011

SUNDAY STILLS CHALLEGE - OLD CHURCHES AND GRAVEYARDS


I just went out and took these photos this morning....now I'm a little late.


















































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19 comments:

  1. Seeing snow in a cemetery is pretty novel for me! I like the close in shot of the stone church, cross and sky best. The angel is cool, too!

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  2. Thank you. These are great photographs. I am going back to study them more.

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  3. I liked the old stone church the best. Great cemetary shots too. :)

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  4. Great job for a last minute shoot! The stone angel, both shots, are lovely.

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  5. Some terrific shots here, esp. ones backed by such blue, blue sky.
    P.S. LOVE the cards of yours that I ordered, if I haven't already said so.

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  6. Love your selections...for one morning, you were busy!

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  7. Handsome buildings, Lori. I think I like the first photo the best. I've seen churches on very similar lines to that in Sweden.
    Regards, Mike and Ann.

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  8. Wow! Nice work here! I love cemetary art. Something very peaceful about it all.

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  9. You had quite a tour this morning!All wonderful....wish we had the history along with it. So much within a small area...thanks, Lori.

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  10. The brick and stone chapel is beautiful. Love the stone church as well. Nice shots.

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  11. I find the old churches and cemeteries to have so much beauty and character--Much like the houses, don't you think?

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  12. Nice shots, I like the stone work on these - especially the steeple.

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  13. I had to giggle at the Third wife headstone..as if she wasn't a person in her own right..but back then she probably was not. I liked the old crypt in the cemetery and the Angel and the Cross..very pretty:)

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