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The cemetery of Schilde (the town where I live) is being renovated and modernised but they haven't reached the oldest part behind the church yet, so ideal for a photographer to wander around


1: Cross and headstone



2: Faded memories



3: Fallen and broken



4: Beheaded



5: Handshake


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Cemetery in Orotava, Tenerife.
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Millstone, NJ:
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Nameless Cemetery somewhere at Hilton Head Island:
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Yes, literally. Well spotted Peter   
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Landlubber cemetery at the Landlubber colony in Wortel, Belgium


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Fallen

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Not from Alpha camera but I just wanted to share a few shots taken on the All Souls Day (Nov, 2nd).

This is special time in Poland - quite unique across the world I believe - people visiting cemeteries to pray for their souls, pay tribute, etc. One of the characteristic things is that people light torches on graves of their relatives, friends, or just people they knew.

Even if there is no grave you can light the torch on, there is always some common symbolic place. Just pro memoriam. Like us - we cannot visit all our relatives that passed away: my parents in law - 550 km away, my grand-parents (from mother's side) - a bit more than 400 km away. So, we light a torch under the Holy Cross just for them, and pray for them. Like a lot of other people.

In recent times there is a lot of understating of this movement, even laughing at it. But ... just visit a cemetery at night to see it yourself - something that moves your heart. And I hope that those who belittle this will grow up some day to see it.

This is symbolic grave (or monument if you like) devoted to all unborn children


Under the Holy Cross


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Post Options Post Options   Quote MichelvA Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04 November 2022 at 07:25
Originally posted by MiPr MiPr wrote:

quite unique across the world I believe - people visiting cemeteries to pray for their souls, pay tribute, etc.

Actually i like the idea a lot. People should do this more around the world.
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Originally posted by MichelvA MichelvA wrote:

Originally posted by MiPr MiPr wrote:

quite unique across the world I believe - people visiting cemeteries to pray for their souls, pay tribute, etc.

Actually i like the idea a lot. People should do this more around the world.
It is quite common. All souls day is observed in the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches. Famous is the Mexican Día de los Muertos interpretation. Some Dutch protestant churches observe the "Eeuwigheidszondag" (eternity Sunday) in 2022 on 20 November. There are local differences, but it is not unique.
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