Monday, July 9, 2012

Taphophile Tragics # 29


The top carving is from a monument in Camperdown Cemetery, whereas the bottom two were both from Rookwood Necropolis.

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Welcome to the 29th week of Taphophile Tragics.

Your contribution is most welcome. Please ensure that you include some details of the cemetery in which you took your photographs, and link directly to your post, rather than simply to your blog in general. This week, Mr Linky opens at 9:30pm Monday, Sydney time (GMT+10), and closes at 9:30pm on the Friday. When you can, please visit the other contributing bloggers to show your appreciation of their endeavours. Due to time zone variations and overcrowded schedules, some contributions are made later than Tuesday/Wednesday. As per usual, we are working with the Linky with thumbnails, and displaying the oldest entry first, with no randomising.

10 comments:

JM said...

Just beautiful, Julie!

Julie said...

Thank you, Jose. I am particularly chuffed with the first photograph.

JM said...

Yes, Julie, it's my favourite too. Fantastic!

Mama Zen said...

That first shot is stunning!

VioletSky said...

I also like how each one is a different colour from bare to moss to iron.

NixBlog said...

Beautiful photos, Julie. I especially like the first one.

Thanks for hosting.

Kate said...

These tombstones look very aged. Good snaps!!

CaT said...

oooh, those pics are very pretty!
im quite frustrated, flickr is not working well, my computer is working even less, and ofcourse its late...
:) but here is my post! goog night!

Nicola Carpenter said...

Beautiful cravings. I especially love the red one!

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Mark R said...

I very much admire the way you have the light and focus in the first shot. It gives that strange loneliness that makes a good cemetery photo