the Cemetery image thread....

mcgillro

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And some B & W edits in Nik.
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Bart J D

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I think (hope) I haven't posted these yet.
France, Laguiole cemetery. Strangely lots of iron is used and of course, this tends to rust.
Not just in this village but in the area.

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rayvonn

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Saint John's cemetery in Parramatta, western Sydney. The convicts settled here in 1788 and the cemetery was established in 1790 as a general burial ground for all religious denominations making it the oldest surviving European cemetery in Australia. Almost the only area of the city untouched by time remaining as it was then.

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As a side note, it is said that the originator of that "King of Bokeh" monkier justified that phrase by saying he meant it when the Summicron iv was at F8, well there you go F8 it is.
 
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Spike Milligan of the BBC’s “The Goon Show” fame.
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“The headstone of Spike Milligan's grave in the grounds of St Thomas' Winchelsea, East Sussex. The name of his last wife was added along with birth and death dates and an additional epitaph. Spike Milligan's epitaph includes the phrase Dúirt mé leat go raibh mé breoite, Irish for "I told you I was ill". “Wikipedia”
 
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