Grave by stone wall, Vermont

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    "The woods are lovely
    dark and deep..."

    eye2eye, *CA*, Mountain Mike, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. zen 110 months ago | reply

      sweet and creepy! Excellent.

    2. chuckwheat 110 months ago | reply

      Fine headstone, looks like a little
      "Miles to go before I sleep"

    3. mizzyb 110 months ago | reply

      nice one...

    4. Liisa [deleted] 110 months ago | reply


    5. mseidman 110 months ago | reply

      could be the cemetery in Bennington...particularly with the quote.

    6. tozzer 110 months ago | reply

      i was thinking the same thing........I took a photo that reminded me of you recently........will post soon.

    7. Room With A View 110 months ago | reply

      Hi Babe. I was walking in the Mendo graveyard today and you seemed close by. have not been carrying my camera - just getting skin close to it all. Still knocks me out with its beauty. the changes are subtle here at this time. Liz sends "bodacious hugs."

    8. Thomai 110 months ago | reply

      green light yummm

    9. Catherine Jamieson 110 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous as usual.

    10. sylvia@intrigue 110 months ago | reply

      I really like the brightness in the background against the greys of the rock and stone.

    11. eye2eye 110 months ago | reply

      The stones behind the stone seem almost fluid, as if slowly rising upward.

      More often than not, aging gravestones are tilted or leaning, at least a little. This one is erect and alone. Good eye -- this shot has so much to like and contemplate (including the light & darkness)!

    12. *CA* 99 months ago | reply

      Chosen for inclusion in my curation of your set as a project for the Co-Curator's Resource group:

      Curation of Colorstalker's photostream

      This was chosen to represent one of the themes you took some time and effort to follow.

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