Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Wordless Wednesday-Moses and Eethana





From Edgewood Cemetery in Nashua, NH

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23 comments:

  1. especially love the first one...lovely

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    1. Thanks. And I also glance at the end of a book from time to time.

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  2. So poignant an expression, can you imagine how long the model had to stand still for that face to be carved in stone, What an amazing artist. May they rest in Peace.

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    1. I didn't think of a model standing for the sculptor. That is so much work. Thanks for visiting!

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  3. Such beautiful pictures, you can certainly see the grief in the angel's face. Thank you for linking up with Cemetery Sunday.

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    1. The statue was significantly taller so I walked around it taking various shots to capture the expression. I don't have a SLR camera so I am limited at times, and frustrated in trying to get the shot.

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  4. as with everyone else, I am touched by the silent grief in her face which is often missed unless seen in close-up.

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    1. Thanks. I very much like the format of your blog!

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  5. You captured her perfectly :)

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    1. Oh thank you! I notice you have a blog about dancing. May daughter loves swing dancing.

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  6. Wow -- lovely photos!!! Thank you for sharing these!!

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  7. Great photos of a beautiful monument.

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  8. A beautiful statue (although she does look like she could use a zanex ;)) great shots.

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  9. I love these pictures! Cemeteries are such amazing places!

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    1. I agree! Some of them are just like parks-beautiful statuary and old trees.

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    1. Thanks. By your posts on FB I see you crafting up a strom!

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  11. What a marvelous statue, sometimes the art in cemeteries rivals what I see in some galleries. Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #59!

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