Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Monday, February 23, 2009
These old headstones in Old City Cemetery looked interesting to me. The one on the right is slowly being lifted by the roots of the tree growing next to it. If you click on the picture and enlarge it, you can read the names and dates on the markers.
Imagine if they can all tell their stories. The history in that cemetery is mind-boggling!
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Oh wow, it does look like it is going to fall over!
I think you know how much I LOVE old cemeteries!
I love old graveyards too, this looks like a very nice one!
I love to walk through old cemeteries, too, Lois. It does provide a direct link to history.
Oh, do you know why they build fences around cemeteries?
Yes? People are just dying to get in!
It might be strange, but I like to visit the old cemeteries in France. This once certainly is old - 1829!
Have a great week Louis!
Well, I guess you now know how much we all like old cemeterys:) There is so much history and peace as you stroll around and read the head stones. Thank you for sharing, Lois
the one being lifted by the tree is eerily amazing! great capture!
So different from ours! Nice to see this one.
I'd love to walk through this place on a dark night...
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