i never saw such pretty cemetery…
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Your pictures are magnificent!So bright and clear. Suggestive :)
C'est une belle série de jolies photos pour l'occasion!!!On ne les oublie pas!!!
Interesting post! Beautiful indeed!
#3 is beautiful
remember not to forget!
very nice. a lot of beautiful and interesting captures and angles. btw, today i am posting the same 'memory' from Rome!
Reflections are very climatic!
http://www.photoblog.com/dokhtar/2007/11/21/fine-house.html IS SIMILAR YOUR POST!!
a special place. c'est super bien fait.
wonderful set !
il est bien fleuri, j'aime visiter les cimetières sans esprit morbide!
Une période où les cimetières sont très colorés
C'est vrai que c'est bien entretenu, mais je ne suis pas trop fan de ces endroits...
Dis-donc, il faisait mieux chez toi qu'en Provence... Les images 8 et 12 sont très puissantes...
Wonderful set !! well done,
No. 1 is very nice and No. 4 is as they say, "rolling in his grave." They really pack them in there, but there are sooooo many flowers.
some times ago I spent some time in paris and this day I visited Pere Lachaise - I felt like in museum - I saw Edith Piath,s and Chopin's and many others tombs.but to say true the most I like small country cemeteries.yours is beautifull.
Nice set, I really like the effect of the light in the first!
I wonder what happened to cause the one in #4 to sink like that. Great set.
Yes, remembering. Lovely post. :)
Today the same scenes in Belgium, only it rained terribly hard here.Beautiful post Tomie!!!
Chez nous c'est la même chose aujourd'hui, mais avec beaucoup de pluie! Une série vraiment colorée et solennel!
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