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    CAPS lock hurts my eyes :(

    An interesting place none-the-less. There are plenty of inner city cemeteries that are overgrown. A real pleasure to walk through them with the sun beating through the trees.



    Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sshhhh... View Post
    Its very sad, i think we all feel like this when we explore a place be it a forgotten manor house or a neglected farm, i like to think though that by taking a photograph im salvaging something, a memory and although i never knew the people or even what they looked like by being in the place and capturing it on camera, im saying you and the place you lived, are not forgotten. Thanks for sharing:)
    Sshhhh,I feel very much the same when I do my grave photography. For a moment they're remembered.

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