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This past weekend was Qingming (pronounced chingming) or tomb sweeping festival. It occurs the 15th day after the spring equinox which is generally the first…

The grave of Lepejou is a grave on the estate of Huize Arnichem in Haerst, which is part of the municipality of Zwolle. As far as is known, this grave is the…

This past weekend I had to do a video shoot for work (which I'll be processing now pretty much non-stop until all week) but I also brought along my own camera…

I always wonder how old the Lychen is on the backs of these gravestones. They create such wonderful colours and textures for photographs. I might use some of…

Emile Verhaeren ( 1855-1916 ) was an author, poet, short stories writer, art critque and wrote plays for on stage. Born in France but moved to belgium. Some of…

Recently, I traveled to Europe to attend the unveiling of a plaque to honour my uncle Frank, who was killed in WWII while fighting in the Netherlands. We…

I visit Zentralfriedhof once in a while and always with my camera in the pocket. Some deceased are buried in deep and well secured graves. Heavy tombstones on…

Back home today after a week of music with friends. On the way home I made the usual visit to Eye church. The little cemetery at Eye is where my parents are…

I often cycle past the end of Chorlton cemetery. The pair of gravestones that have decided to lean on each other for support always makes me smile. I hope the…

After a failed attempt at some street photography at Stansted Airport with my friend Barry this morning I found myself with nothing of use for my daily photo. …
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