68. Cement

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~ by Tammy on March 10, 2011.

17 Responses to “68. Cement”

  1. Looks like he’s having a good read!

  2. I’m sure it’s totally inappropriate to say that is the cutest headstone I have ever seen. Sad because I’m guessing it’s on a child’s grave, but such a sweet marker.

  3. very nice….The children’s markers are often beautiful. My cemetery has a really large number of child graves – mostly due to flus and other epidemics in the 1800s and early 1900s.

  4. so beautiful a shot, I do like the processing and the whole picture!

  5. Does the light pole behind the child allow for a candle to be inserted and lit?

  6. As soon as the snow melts and the grass turns green, I’ll start walking the cemeteries. So much art and theme fulfillment possibilities. Thanks for the inspiration and great photos!

  7. makes me wonder who he is reading to, and what story he is reading.

  8. Sad to see it in a cemetary, I think it could look quite good in a garden at home.

  9. I love this. He looks so peaceful and content!

  10. The tilting pole is sad, but I love the idea of story time.

  11. Adorable! 🙂

  12. Hi Tammy,
    I like this! The reason being I’m a reader. This little angel is doing one of my favorite things. Great shot! Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  13. Sadly sweet. Emotionally provoking.

  14. Looks like a good book. Is he the one who bent the pole or was it always like that?

  15. I love old monuments. This one is especially unusual. Nice capture.

  16. A lovely memorial. The child will always have a friend reading a book to him/her.

  17. Love it! Really well framed and processed!

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