24 November 2010

Wordless Wednesday 105

Danish Cemetery


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19 comments:

SuziQoregon 11/24/10, 12:21 AM  

Wonderful!! I love old cemeteries. Such a wonderful combination of history and artwork. So many stories.

Leslie @ Under My Apple Tree 11/24/10, 1:29 AM  

Nice contrast with the light and dark stones. I love to walk through old cemeteries but I never remember to bring my camera.

caite 11/24/10, 7:16 AM  

very nice.

I too find cemeteries great places to take pictures. So many interesting memorials, sculptures, and so much history.

JRFrugalMom 11/24/10, 7:34 AM  

Now, that is interesting. Last time I went to Denmark, I toured a lot of cemeteries as well to see where my ancestors were buried.

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bermudaonion 11/24/10, 8:27 AM  

What intricate headstones.

Rural View 11/24/10, 11:03 AM  

So glad to discover I'm not the only devotee of old cemeteries. The artwork on these tombstones is beautiful. I like to look at dates and names and try to figure out what happened to these people.

Dorte H 11/24/10, 11:35 AM  

These are so beautiful! Though I grew up in Denmark, I have rarely seen so beautiful headstones. But I know that Møgeltønder teems with wonderful sights and buildings.

Beth F 11/24/10, 11:39 AM  

Mogeltonder is truly a beautiful area. As you know I really love your country!

Sandy Nawrot 11/24/10, 12:21 PM  

I love old cemetaries, as dark as that seems. Every headstone has a story. The ones in Poland are particularly fascinating.

carolsnotebook 11/24/10, 2:04 PM  

Gorgeous! Cemetaries can be so fascinating.

Peaceful Reader 11/24/10, 2:42 PM  

I find cemetaries so fascinating and we recently purchased a home with a cemetary across the street. We love walking through and looking at the names and dates. These Danish stones are particularly beautiful though!

Robin 11/24/10, 2:53 PM  

Wonderful stonework, so intricately done.

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Michelle 11/24/10, 5:04 PM  

Amazing craftsmanship!

Hannah 11/24/10, 8:09 PM  

How old are these stones? We have old ones in our town but they haven't weathered so well as these. Very nice :)

Violet 11/25/10, 3:12 AM  

Strangely I'm attracted to cemetery's whereas my mom is very scared of them. Great shot.

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