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Chris10 © on December 19, 2011

Nee, dat is het niet nee. Het kindje kijkt al zo olijk de wereld in en toch heeft ie dat niet lang kunnen doen.

Echt prachtig en met respect gefotografeerd Annemarie.

Groetjes, Christien.

roeli bindels on December 20, 2011

kom ook regelmatig op kerkhoven en zie zulke beelden.....probeer er maar niet bij stil te staan, hoewel sommigen je toch wel roeli en fijne feestdagen......

~oOo~ on December 20, 2011

Once, in a job I previously had, I worked right next to a cemetery. I always arrive early, and if it was not raining I would walk in there because it was quiet, before the calamity of the day. And often I would come along a grave like this. It saddened me so much that I stopped walking there. It isn't fair. And if there is a god, I don't understand his reasons.

roeli bindels on December 20, 2011

The all new Sigh, just read your story: I read that people who died very young, were perfect! when we die we probably come back in a new life, we have to learn from the mistakes we made....the older we get, the more we did wrong :) so when a baby dies he or she made no mistakes.....and you know: god only takes the best.....I do not know if this all is true and people who loose a child are very angry and lost. I know , I saw. so maybe you can go back there for a visit and see it in a another perspective....:) gr. roeli

~oOo~ on December 20, 2011

When Christ died on the cross for all our sin, even the Father was in grief. The sky blackened and so on. For a god to know what grief is, surely he should know that we, mere mortals, we will be so damaged by the loss... It was that very time in my life when I questioned the existence of god.

tukki on December 20, 2011

There were always little angels, good image. L2, FRED

Annemarie131 on December 21, 2011

It gets something going, such a picture. I do not pretend to have answers to the question why God allows. I think there is an answer, an answer may be that we humans can not understand, but hey .... we are only human ...... and finally expelled from Paradise with all its consequences. Let's look around and try to do better ourselves. Thank you for commenting and wise thoughts. Merry Christmas everybody!

~oOo~ on December 21, 2011

Which is why Jesus had said, "blessed are those that believe and have not seen". Faith is not something to take lightly. And I congratulate anyone who does have faith. But I do not congratulate blind faith. One has to question. Questions are how we grow.

Annemarie131 on December 21, 2011

Yes Si, I understand and agree with you. Mankind is on it's way, the path is full of bumps and rocks. I hope, pray and trust we will survive.

A.Ypeij on December 21, 2011

Bijzonder sprekende foto. Een juweel, dat een inhoudelijke discussie op gang brengt. I sDAT niet wat foto's vermogen? LIKE en YS!

Annemarie131 on December 21, 2011

Ja, Anne, ik vind het ook mooi als een foto een echt beeldverhaal is. Deze herinnert aan onze sterfelijkheid en de machteloosheid die daarmee gepaard gaat. Dankjewel voor de onderscheidingen:-)!

els f on December 22, 2011

indrukwekkend, Annemarie.. en de hele discussie trouwens ook...soms hebben we gewoon geen antwoord.. wat ik wel heel mooi vind van dit beeld, is dat in het hek vormen van harten zitten.. een geliefd kindje wat gestorven is en ook in liefde herdacht wordt.. dat is dan weer de positieve kant ervan.. like en *

Annemarie131 on December 22, 2011

Dank je Els!

giselaplewe on September 11, 2012

Das geht ins Herz. L gisela

Annemarie131 on September 12, 2012

Dankeschön Gisela!

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  • Uploaded on December 19, 2011
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    by Annemarie131
    • Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
    • Taken on 2011/12/18 14:29:38
    • Exposure: 0.250s (1/4)
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    • F/Stop: f/25.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: -0.67 EV
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