Posts Tagged ‘cemetery’

Six Photographs: Budleigh Salterton Cemetery and Dark Lane with Snow

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In the little town of Budleigh Salterton, on the south coast of England, there is a cemetery. My grandmother is now in that cemetery. The day after the funeral my mother and I stopped by, and I took some photographs. The next day it snowed, so we went back. On the way we drove through […]

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Sierra Madre Pioneer Cemetery

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    I really don’t know why it is that I like cemeteries. Is it because I listened to too much of The Smiths as a teenager? or did I listen to The Smiths because I like cemeteries.      I really don’t know, and it’s not like I haven’t contemplated it. There is something wonderfully depressing and […]

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Abstract Los Angeles: North Pasadena [Fragment 03]

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Abstract Los Angeles is an on-going collection of photographs taken as I wander about this sprawling metropolis. Today’s installment is from Washington and Fair Oaks Boulevards in North Pasadena. One month after Christmas at the Mountain View Cemetery, North Pasadena, California. Jesus was born in 1902, at the Mountain View Cemetery, North Pasadena, California. Daylight […]

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Six Cemetery Photographs: By Death to Ease

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On the outskirts of Exeter sits a cemetery immense with it’s perfectly squared walkways and monuments lined up like tract homes. At one end are the older monuments, weathered, and classic, angels standing over the fallen dead. Clear on the other side, with clean, sharp and crisp markers, some with fresh flowers, sits those who […]

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Four Photographs:Birds, Birds, Cross, and a Lady Set in Stone

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The darkening sky is the background for a dying tree and flying birds on the edge of the river Exe, near Exeter, England. Seagulls fly in the darkening sky over the Exe estuary, over Exmouth, Devon, England. Wooden cross, sitting in the church yard in the center of Lympstone, Devon, England. Detail of stone work […]

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Two Cemeteries, Dissenters, and a Rose.

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In the center of Lympstone (population 1700), is the parish church. On September 24, 2009 it will celebrate its 600th anniversary. It is a beautiful small country church, loved by all. My mother said that during the recent drive to raise money for its upkeep, many of those who never attend church gave money, because […]

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Photography: Fulham Palace Road Cemetery

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The Fulham Palace Road Cemetery, London.

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A Day in Creel

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October 11, 2008 A Day in Creel There was a warm shower when I awoke, which was nice because the night before it only a thought of it being warm.  Last night while walking to the bar, Alex the hotel manager said he would give me a map of the area and tell me the […]

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Slowly

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Nothing exciting has happened in the last few days.  I picked up a cold and spent the last two days curled up doing nothing.  This is in the city of Douglas, Arizona.  Sleepy desert town.  Quiet and pleasant. I will be hitting the Mexico border in an hour or so. Below is a thought from […]

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