Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Wordless Wednesday- The Pitcher in the Cemetery Redox












Pine Hill Cemetery in Dover, NH
  See previous post: The Pitcher in the Cemetery

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14 comments:

  1. What beautiful photographs, these really do speak a 1000 words. x

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    1. Thanks! :) I have enjoyed using the beautiful cards I purchased from you!

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  2. Sometimes words just aren't necessary. What a beautiful old cemetery.

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  3. Beautiful pictures! Thank yoju for linking up with Cemetery Sunday and for your comment.

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  4. hello,
    photos like that make us wonder
    for me
    what loving person put that there and how long ago
    i guess for flowers
    it really is wonderful

    thank you for your visit and your google+
    i never knew what that meant
    i think it means you suggest others to visit my posts
    thank you.
    Lovely Sunday to you~

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    1. To me it's a wonder the men who mow the cemetery lawns have not thrown it out!
      I am just figuring out Google +. I have not figured out Twitter yet.

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  5. i love these shots...i'm such a fan of old cemeteries....interesting find, this little pitcher!

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    1. Thanks, I notice you are a contributor to barn charm. I love barns but i have not quite gotten into photographing them yet.

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  7. Wow, it's been there a long time and probably seen many a bouquet... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #59!

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