These are beautiful - there is something so striking about old cemeteries...
So sad, isn't it? Six boys. How did her heart stand it?
louise = at = looksblue = dot = comthat is so sad, well it makes me very sad. come visit my WW
Aww...that's touching! Old plots carry so much history..wow!
I love old Cemetaries. You have to wonder why they all died. I bet the mother died of grief.Help a famiy very dear to my heart have a memorable Christmas. It only takes a stamp! http://www.three-peas.com/2008/12/operation-christmas-card.html
Great pics! I'm a cemetery person myself. There's just something about them that I thoroughly enjoy. How sad all these little ones died so young and so close to each other!
These are such touching pics - thanks for sharing.Happy WW
These just gave me goosebumps. Beautiful, yet sad.I always wonder the story behind each grave stone. Life is certainly precious!
Were these taken while in MO? I think we've talked cemeteries before. I too wonder what each life was like and the story behind each one. If only there was a little button you could push to hear the story - sort of like at the zoo LOL
I have always found cemeteries to be very beautiful places. It's interesting reading the tombstones and markers. There's alot of history there.
cemeteries are a learning tool and because of my grandmother a place of peace. She would walk around our hometown cemetery and know several of them and made me realize that these were real people and it was not scary just a place of rest. Now we live across from our towns old poper cemetery and it is like a tourist attraction
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Gulp. Stuff like that first shot always wring me out. :(
Growing my mum was the president of our town's genealogy dept. I practically grew up in old cemeteries. So many sad stories....but I never grow old of looking through the tombstones.jenny.86753oh9 (at) yahoo (dot) com
Absolutely stunning and so very sad. My heart aches for their Mother. Beautiful pictures!
Beautiful in their simplicity.
where is this?
A cemetery down a really, really long, dead end, gravel road in a town I know not the name of.It was near Story, Indiana and Monroe Lake.
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