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The inevitable

By Brenty
Took this yesterday in Halkyn graveyard in north wales. This is a very old graveyard which is slowly reverting back to nature. It is full of old headstones which are slowly crumbling or being engulfed by the plants. All theses people were once very important to the ones they loved. Now all forgotten and slowly being lost like tears in the rain.

Thanks for taking the time to look and comment. As always best viewed large.

Tags: Graveyard Landscape and travel Halkyn

Voters: TinyBrad, Grifoto, DeSilver and 7 more


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DeSilver Plus
8 13 11 England
22 Feb 2009 5:18PM
Oh yes. But not too soon I hope. Sad
Nice image.

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Wow thats really cool and i like the contrast of death (the grave stone) and new life (the snow drops)
LV426 7 7 4 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2009 5:25PM
Brilliant concept of life and death. Well captured and composed!
steveb 12 339 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2009 5:59PM
Nice composition and light.
This is a very under voted for picture but at least you know Roy is proud.

Now all you need to photo are attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion and C-beams glitter in the darkness at Tan Hauser Gate.
Brenty 9 12 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2009 2:56PM

Quote:This is a very under voted for picture but at least you know Roy is proud.

Now all you need to photo are attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion and C-beams glitter in the darkness at Tan Hauser Gate.



I'm glad that at least someone picked up on the Bladerunner quote - tears in the rain. Such a piognant moment in the film I felt it fitted the mood of this picture.

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