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All Saints Churchyard, Hursley, UK (a2) by Rich Gibson

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Rich Gibson Rich Gibson
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0.15 Gigapixels
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2098
Date added
Dec 04, 2007
Date taken
Jul 29, 2007
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Gigapan with Canon S5IS

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Grave stones planted by the back wall of All Saint's church.

I don't _think_ that those are the actual graves-it has the look of the stones having been moved back out of the way to protect them, to preserve them, something. Or maybe those are not markers, but just memorials.

It reminded me of the basement of St. Peter's - there are rooms with gates over the doors and fragments of engraved stones mounted on the walls, and sitting on the floors. They are what is left of the graves of the venerated from 'way back.'

150 years in the Hursley churchyard is old, with decaying stones, but 400 years in a room in St. Peter's basement is as nothing.


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