The early morning light was trying to break through the clouds,
when I first arrived at the Cedar Cemetery.
Setting high on a hill, the views of the countryside are spectacular.
As you can see, everything was in shadows.
There are many old markers and fences to capture in a photograph.
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Including trees that have been there a long time.
Even though I came for the peace and solitude this morning,
I did photograph a few of the older grave stones.
And the metal fences are picture perfect.
May your Sunday be filled with friends and family.
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very cool. i love early morning shots! ( ;ReplyDelete
Thank you for this morning stroll.ReplyDelete
Have a nice day.
(my way here is Inspired Sunday)
Wonderful shots...and you should link this to Good Fences cause I LOVE the fence.ReplyDelete
I don't know how I forgot to tell you I LOVE that tree...and Tex who does Good Fences would sure enjoy it.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots. I always love a good stroll through a cemetery.ReplyDelete
That looks like an intriguing place. I agree with Michelle. But what is it about cemeteries?!ReplyDelete
I love to collect photos of cemetery signs, will post some tomorrow.ReplyDelete
Great wrought iron fence--I'm into fences lately too and have to say you inspire me. I've drawn two for my CountryScapes collection; a split-rail and a stonewall. I'm thinking a Nantucket picket fence with arbor will be my next, XOXOReplyDelete
I love that fence and the tree! I enjoy old cemeteries and have been known to take a walk through more than a few.ReplyDelete
Grace & Peace.