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photoblog image Strolling through the churchyard

Strolling through the churchyard

Yes it is Ange. We are still in Salwarpe 

Strolling through the churchyard

Yes it is Ange. We are still in Salwarpe 

comments (12)

  • Ray
  • United States
  • 2 May 2017, 02:17
Love those drunken headstones, Bill, and the flars.
Bill Phillips: Part and parcel of an English churchyard Ray
It seems a lovely day - that tree in the back is gorgeous!
Bill Phillips: It was and it is Lisl
  • Chris
  • England
  • 2 May 2017, 06:43
The tombstones are so impressed with your ability in the field of choccibox twiddleage that they have all swooned with delight
Bill Phillips: They died laughing
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 2 May 2017, 06:49
Oh, wonderful - and look at the trees! A very peaceful place, I would like to have a short rest on that bench!
Bill Phillips: Ange did and found it very comfortable
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 2 May 2017, 06:51
Lol at Chris' comment!
Bill Phillips: He get's funnier all the time Philine
Still! I dint know you'd gone.
Bill Phillips: You were not paying attention yesterday then?
The blossoms are joyful but the fallen headstones are sad to see.
Bill Phillips: They are typical of many English churchyards Mary
Not sure I've seen quite so many falling headstones as these but they do look very old.
Bill Phillips: They are Brian. The church dates back to the 12th century with 13th and 14th century bits
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 2 May 2017, 16:45
It is very picturesque. Were you deciding on a plot for yourselves? Its a shame about the fallen crosses and headstones.
Bill Phillips: I plan to be put in a bag and taken to the tip to be recycled. Funnily enough I rather like the falling headstones in old churchyards, it is a reminder of how soon we will be totally forgotten
i can't believe that they can trim the trees and not even straighten the gravestones Bill... i love the pink blossoms on that tree....petersmile
Bill Phillips: You will see this a lot in English churchyards Peter. I rather like it ....perhaps you have to be English grin
Looks as though it needs a little TLC!
Bill Phillips: They wouldn't look right all stuck up straight
What grudge knocked them over, I wonder?
Bill Phillips: The passage of time Larry

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