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photoblog image Images from a Cornish Churchyard (4)

Images from a Cornish Churchyard (4)

In Loving Memory of.........

Images from a Cornish Churchyard (4)

In Loving Memory of.........

comments (17)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 20 Jun 2019, 01:18
Oh...lovelly!
Lisl: A bit overcrowded?
C'est beau avec ces vieilles tombes et toutes ces fleurs.
Lisl: I like the way part of the churchyard has been left wild for flowers etc
This is just a beautiful image, Lisl!
Lisl: Thank you, Elizabeth. I wanted to show this wild part
J'aime beaucoup cet osmose naturelle !
Lisl: Yes, it's good, Claudine
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 20 Jun 2019, 06:58
What a lovely churchyard with all the flowers!
Lisl: I like the fact that the churchwardens allow the wild flowers to grow, Philine
  • Chris
  • England
  • 20 Jun 2019, 06:59
I love those moon daisies Lisl, this has been a good year for them
Lisl: It has, Chris - and all along our local main roads
  • jpla
  • Anjou
  • 20 Jun 2019, 07:07
Un cimetière fleuri
JP
Lisl: It is indeed, JP
  • Chad
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 20 Jun 2019, 07:36
Absolutely delightful Lisl with all those daisies.
Lisl: It was a lovely churchyard to wander in, Chad
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 20 Jun 2019, 08:10
It's good that the wild flowers are allowed to flourish; a joy for the bugs and bees that need such things. The old gravestones are wonderful.
Lisl: Yes, the whole Churchyard was welcoming to humans and wildlife
I love these old English cemeteries with simple graves carved out of beautiful granites. They are so much less pretentious than the ones we see nowadays, at least the ones I see here in France
Lisl: I agree, Marie. Some graveyards look really "overdone"
Lovely image, Lisl.
Lisl: Thank you kindly, Tom
Marguerite at a guess
Lisl: Yes - or Ox-Eye Daises? Or are they the same?
I meant ILM of her
Lisl: Oh!!!
This is how a cemetery should be...A very nice photo Elisabeth.
Lisl: Thank you, Frank - more and more Churchyards are now being managed for nature. Others have had their tombstones stacked again the walls and a "lawn" made - shocking.
What a lovely and touching image. Friendship
Lisl: Thank you, Ruthie - I value your comments
Sometimes I quite like churchyards where some of the oldest gravestones are lost in the grasses and wild flowers.
Lisl: I think they feel more peaceful somehow, Brian
It is a bit magical Lisl
Lisl: I took a random shot, and was quite pleased with the result

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