Monday

morbid eye candy




Just some of the examples of the beautiful masonry work from the past, circa 1880
St Colman's Catholic church, Fentonbury, Tasmania

6 comments:

Bishop Stone said...

Woowh I love old gravestones. As a child I spent many hours wandering around old cemetaries with my parents as they tried to trace family history. Just love the places. I want a big angle over my grave when I die.

Lady Euphoria Deathwatch said...

Hi Black Crow,

Love it but you knew I would. Wishing we could spend the day in a cemetery or two together, taking picture and talking.

Hugs, Euphoria

BlackCrow said...

nothing like a good romp around the grave yard!
What I didn't mentioned that I had with me a nice cuppa earl grey tea and a rhubarb muffin!

Lady Euphoria Deathwatch said...

Hi Black Crow,

I am here today to invite you (I hate the 'Tag your it' thing.) to join in a meme.

Rules:
Link to the person who tagged you.
Mention the rules.
Tell six quirky yet boring, unspectacular details about yourself.
Tag six other bloggers by linking to them.
Go to each person’s blog and leave a comment to tell them they are tagged.

You have been linked in my blog today. I hope you don't mind.

Sincerely, Euphoria

Suzi said...

Very nice! There are some truly beautiful examples to be found in some of the older grave yards aren't there.

I always liked graveyards, I find them very soothing and calming. Probably because there always so peaceful!

blackie said...

They don't make graves like they used to. :P

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