Bridgit's Bell Creativity ringing.....
Thanks for linking up with my WW! Glad to have you. :-) I love your headstone shots!!!!!
Thanks, I tweaked them a bit in Picasa.
Hey Karen, Sometimes a little tweaking is good! I have to thank you again for linking up, because I found the blog hop on Taphophile Tuesday!
Great!! What goes around comes around!
Beautiful gravestones!Beneath Thy Feet
This particular cemetery had many double headstones. Many more than average.
Thank you for linking up with Cemetery Sunday!Beneath Thy Feet
You have made them very beautiful. Especially the first one with the colours in the rust and the leaves behind.
Yes, I am happy with the first one too. Thanks for the compliment. I visited your site and entered the weekly challenge. Fun!
Love the middle one!
The leaf work on the middle one is wonderful!
Very interesting tombstones, great processing and did you notice the spider on the last shot, great capture.
Thanks for your nice comments. You must have enlarged the photo to see the spider!!!!
These are great!
Thanks. You must hold a record for the number of blogs you author. I visited The Graveyard detective and loved it.
These older headstones are so beautifully carved and each one tells a story.Thanks so much for joining in this week.xoClaudia
:) They also reflect the time period they were created in. Modern headstones have photos of the deceased!
the one in the middle is most intriguing. lovely work!!
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