I like the way this headstone is leaning but I do hope someone stops it from falling over and breaking .
A beauty Sam - old graveyards are always good for a mooch round - There is a great one in Glasgow which I've always meant to take the camera down to
Thanks Neil, would I be right in thinking it's called Greyfriars and there's a story about the wee doggie called Bobby .
No scrub that Neil I remember now that one is in Edinburgh , it's the Necropolis that's in Glasgow.
Fancy you being confused Sam!! Has tha bin on't single malts lad;-))) As Neil said,its a beauty,you have very nearly the whole graveyard in there,nicely done mate.
Ay Mr G but at least my confusion is only drink fuelled and temporary, what's your excuse mate ? :o)
Cheers fella !
I'm sayin nowt!! ;-))
How come your photos attract so many Neils? We must be very discerning critics. Why don't you become a Neil too? Neil Salt has a nice ring to it. Oh, and the picture - very lovely once again. More evidence that God spent the first week of his creative fortnight on Yorkshire.
Regards, Neil in Sheffield
Yes Neil in Shef it is a noticeable fact that the place is awash with Neils so God forbid I become one too. Ironically I elected to become a Sam instead of my christened name Steve because there were too many Steves in my year at school.
It's just another of those mysteries that life throws at us and sometimes it's best not to question such things :o).
Glad you like this one too mate, Cheers !
just fantastic!!!!! amazing shot!!!! like
Thank you once again &ri.co, I am really pleased you found so many images to your liking.
best wishes, Sam
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