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Seeing what cannot be seen by the human eye

During the weekend, we had the expertise of Archaeovision which has provided some truly amazing images of hard-to-read monuments in our churchyard.
See http://archaeovision.eu/projects/emery-down-rti/

Emery Down

St Kessog Church, Luss, Loch Lomond, Scotland

This is the last post on Luss, Loch Lomond and of course its the church, the present church building was constructed in 1875, and was subject to major restoration works in 2001. 191 more words

Architecture

Minolta Hi-Matic - Silly Mistake

I bought this camera about 3 months ago from that auction site, cost me £6.51p, ($8.51 – €7.52) I was the only bidder. It’s the original 1962 model and came with a nice leather holdall, camera case, Actina lens hood, a lovely cable release and the Metz flash gun which had badly corroded batteries inside, but it’s also mains powered. 166 more words

Black & White

The Viking Hogback Stone of Luss, Loch Lomond, Scotland

This is what I could remember seeing many years ago in Luss graveyard, although I had seen it before the stones restoration.  Now fully restored, you can see the wonderful markings on this ancient 11th century Viking Hogback Stone.   196 more words

Photographs

Vacation in Edinburgh

My dear friend Jeff is on a continuing mission to travel to all the ends of the earth.  He returned from Scotland and sent me these photos from the Greyfriars Kirkyard in Edinburgh.   112 more words

Cemetery Photographs

Unhanded

Memorial sculpture, St Edmund’s churchyard, Crickhowell, Powys

Wales