Miscellaneous 5

By woolybill1
Thanks to everyone who voted and commented yesterday, which was much appreciated.
This eroded memorial is in the ruins of Melrose Abbey. The deceased died in 1635 at the age of 60 (1635 Štatis suŠ 60); 'nothing beside remains'.

Thanks for looking.

Tags: Architecture Monument Black and white Erosion

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cats_123 Plus
18 5.1k 30 Northern Ireland
5 Feb 2021 8:18AM
Nearly 400 years...I wonder what will be left of us after that time? 😁
5 Feb 2021 8:37AM
Unusual limestone coating on the stone surface,Bill, looks like a very damp location. Begs the question of who we really are.......send answers to ôPhilosophical Friday EPZö 🙂

Dave.
saltireblue Plus
12 13.0k 82 Norway
5 Feb 2021 8:44AM
60 was not a bad age to achieve back then...he or she did well.
bliba Plus
16 1 2 Austria
5 Feb 2021 8:49AM
super capture
boov 9 2 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2021 8:53AM
Brilliant
5 Feb 2021 9:37AM
Wealthier people have always tended to live longer than the hoi polloi. Obviously.

The stone seems to be melting.
AlfieK Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2021 9:39AM
An interesting molten effect at the top - a cremation perhaps!!!!
Alfie
leo_nid 5 12
5 Feb 2021 10:00AM
great tones and textures
TrevBatWCC Plus
14 13 19 England
5 Feb 2021 10:36AM
Certainly well-worn stonework, a fine shot and presentation, Bill 😃👍
Trev 😀
mac Plus
20 13 Scotland
5 Feb 2021 12:26PM
Amazing, the date is so clear, after the passing of almost 400 years. Nice clear image, Bill.
Ian
Fefe Plus
10 73 41 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2021 4:22PM
That lovely toning again Bill GrinGrin
5 Feb 2021 9:32PM
Strange how a part of the stone is so weathered and the other part still very clear, I wonder if the upper part was exposed to water. It looks like its starting to melt. The image is appealing and its contents touching even after 400 years..
woolybill1 Plus
15 38 79 United Kingdom
6 Feb 2021 7:41AM
It certainly was! It was disestablished in 1609. This is how the artist J. M. W. Turner saw it in 1822.

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