Gothic Rest In Peace

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Monee, IL - United States

I love to visit old graveyards, reading epitaphs, and figuring out family relations amongst the deceased remains. Great added effects, well done! Voted

Marian Hebert replied:

thank you Doug

Orange Park, FL - United States

Terrific image! v

Chicago, IL - United States

back to tweet and G+!

Fullerton California, ca - United States

BACK TO t/l/G+1

Montague, NJ - United States

Cool image...............v LAP22

Fort Worth, TX - United States

Nicely done! v LAP22

Dallas, TX - United States

Nice capture. V LAp22

Fullerton California, ca - United States

Great capture...v/L

Perham, MN - United States

I love this capture, it is truly gothic, faved, voted, PIF

Marian Hebert replied:

Thank you Melanie

Chicago, IL - United States

This is very interesting Marian. It is curious that bricks were used to fill the opening..and that no name is written on the tomb but it is maintained.....a bit eerie!! :) voted, tweeted!

Young Harris, GA - United States

Great shot, Marian! I think the really old tombs and headstones are very interesting. It's curious that there is no marking at all on this one. I like the textures you used. V

Marian Hebert replied:

This tomb was made of brick and cement. It was in a very old cemetery in a farming community. It was not the tomb of a wealthy planter. So perhaps the cement had crumbled and the family repaired the tomb or it had recently been used. Thanks for the vote and interest.

New Orleans, LA - United States

Marian, love your use of textures! Which cemetery is this?

Marian Hebert replied:

Cheri the cemetery is upriver from NOLA. A friend and went in search of Valcour Aimee's grave. I want to say around Convent.

New Orleans, La - United States

thank you John...

Franklin Square, NY - United States

Marian, Great gothic piece I love it sometimes you can do so much with cemeteries and tombstones. Love the colors and the whole atmosphere gives off that eerie spooky feeling. Great job. VOTED

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