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The stone sits as you see it--the name appears on both sides!
Pretty fancy stone for a flock of geese!
PS-- I do not haunt cemeteries, this was seen while helping research and photograph some old headstones.
Excellent detail captured Jenn, let us know if you solve the puzzle,
Surely there must be a story to it!
A nice sharp and detailed image. - gary
Yes,a bit of a puzzler here Jenn !!
I guess it could be someone's last name. Well captured.......Sandy
Get outta here! For real - bwah Jenn - they must have been very special geese!
Great capture you have here Jenn - one that will raise many a question today
Certainly is an enigmatic pic., would love to know what it is all about.
The mind boggles! A well captured image that provokes both thought and imagination.
Cracking shot, great textures and tones, well spotted and captured.
How very mysterious! Could be the start of a novel all on its own!!
Got a laugh out of me, Jennnn. I saw the title and was expecting to see a southbound migration out of PA.
This is stunning pin sharp detailed image,
An intriguing image Jenn. Well captured
Got me thinking that's for sure. good spot.
Simple, skilfully crafted, and very effective, Jenn.
How bizarre but how very beautiful!
I do haunt cemeteries, it's amazing the stories you find there.
Very nice indeed what a smashing thought, I like it! good you took the shot, regards Leon.
What, why and when comes to mind! Great shot.
A mystery in the graveyard. Someone could write an interesting story about this stone I bet.
I like the shadows on the granite.. and the thought!!
How strange. Well captured.
Intriguing and fun, nice one Jenn.
Great capture and detail and a very unusual store lov it------------Gary(milky)
Interesting stone, good documentary shot of it.
Quote: Certainly is an enigmatic pic., would love to know what it is all about.
I second that thought Jennn.
A good sharp and detailed image
Great textures Jenn,
Food for thought... Well spotted!
It was well worth having a gander at this unusual stone, a most bizarre memorial indeed
Got me smiling. This could have been a great upload for St. Martin's Day on 11th November.
Do you think this is a family grave? It would be a fantastic match to our family grave - only one name on it. FUCHS (fox). Ha, ha... this could see people laughing at the graves, for a change.
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