Pine Grove Cemetary

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I love to walk through graveyards. I love to consider the impact each of these people had and how it still resonates today; at the same time it reminds me strongly that heaven is life and you better go for it now. And it goes without saying that the gravestones in cemetaries can be beautiful and amusing.

But the one thing that really makes a cemetary great? Its trees. Cemetaries have magnificent trees, and this one in Pine Grove Cemetary in New Buffalo, Michigan, looks like it has sprung up from the energy of the souls around it... Vivitar Ultra Wide & Slim.

Kelvin Wong (aka PiscesRomance), and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Guylaine_B 69 months ago | reply

    Superb perspective! Bravo!

  2. Márcia_Marton 69 months ago | reply

    Excellent shot! I love the colors!

  3. 3whiteroses [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

    Great shot!

  4. AnnuskA - AnnA Theodora 69 months ago | reply

    that's a beautiful photo!
    the colors are great! :)

  5. Joanot 69 months ago | reply

    Excellent

  6. ilsebatten (back problems) 69 months ago | reply

    Agree with you Kevin. Graveyards are places that speak to us of time and its passing and also of regeneration and continuity.

  7. Jocko B. 69 months ago | reply

    Yup, a luxuriant tree for sure. And a great scene.

  8. i_still_believe_in_u 69 months ago | reply

    excellent, captivating!

  9. Torsten Reuschling 69 months ago | reply

    I love cemeterys too!
    Great shot!!

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  10. Malage21 69 months ago | reply

    me gusta la foto... ese cielo es genial!! MJ

  11. Vali... 69 months ago | reply

    wonderful tree, wonderful perspective!

  12. axiepics 69 months ago | reply

    I like the way the gravestones lead us down while the clouds spread out and upwards.

  13. SJKen 69 months ago | reply

    Interesting & inspirational thoughts when you walked through the graveyard. Nice capture.

  14. Ekler 69 months ago | reply

    i thought i added a comment! :(
    I like how "happy" this place actually looks. Great work with light here and angle obviously...

  15. MIMAMOR / Mima 69 months ago | reply

    Congratulations, E x c e l l e n t!
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    2 photos each day! Have a nice day!

  16. ● SandroG 69 months ago | reply

    Congratulations, E x c e l l e n t!
    EPERKE Award (Post 1: Award 5)

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    2 photos each day! Have a nice day!

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  17. Ship_Shape 18 24 months ago | reply

    Would like to expand a little regarding Mr (Kevin) Dolley's comment...but first I do agree with so many comments regarding the sky and clouds-beautiful background which indeed Mr Dooley caught. Yet as Mr Dooley stated regarding 'the graves'; "...I love to consider the impact each of these people had and how it still resonates today..." They each, the graves, hold a person that is sleeping well and the "tree" in all its magnificent beauty is saying to us whom are left behind, 'life does continue'! Mr Dooley I'm sure were both inclined, in the positive way, of what graveyards really display and "say" to all of us living today. Great work sir. Keep it up.

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