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Lafayette Cemetery, New Orleans

This was my favorite cemetery in New Orleans (there is many).  It is only open morning till the early afternoon.  I have missed the opening hours the first time I visited this city.  63 more words



James Bond, a Dead Peacock and a Giant Bear: Life and Death at Tallegalla

Recently, I went searching for a railway museum but all I found was a dead peacock. On the same day I visited a cemetery to photograph one plaque and ended up spending an hour fascinated by lichen-decorated headstones. 1,154 more words

Stopping Off

Bending, I trace the weathered stone resting peacefully in the grass. Being blind I know not who slumbers below, but hope they sleep well.

Birds sing. 133 more words


Taking off One's Shoes When Walking in The Graveyard among The Graves - Hadith

On the authority of Basheer ibn Al-Khasaasiyah (may Allaah be pleased with him): The Prophet (may Allaah raise his rank and grant him peace) saw someone walking among the graves once with shoes on, so he called out: 252 more words

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A year in the death of one man: Communing with spirits

I don’t expect anyone else to do what I do. Who in their right mind would visit a dead man every week for a year, especially when the visitor doesn’t even know the dead man in question? 491 more words


cordeliasmom2012 reblogged this on Cordelia's Mom, Still and commented:

Now, here's something I've never thought about. It gives a whole new perspective on grave sites. Definitely makes me want to go out and take some cemetery pictures! (Comments are disabled here - leave any comments on the other site.)

Edgewood Cemetery Pottstown, I took the liberty...

…of creating a blog on my website.  This is an experimental venture.  Since there seems to be a lot of missing information about Edgewood Cemetery, in particular who is buried there, I thought it might make sense to have photos taken with GPS enabled cameras or devices.  92 more words

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