Friday, October 30, 2009

Church and Cemetery Founded in 1766


Since the trees that are reflected in the church windows can barely be seen I added a barn window with a reflected cart full of pumpkins in honor of Halloween.
To see more Weekend Reflections please checkout my Newtown blog.

22 comments:

  1. What a fantastic window. I really like this photo. I'd love to see a B&W version of the weathered wood in high contrast lighting.

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  2. I guess I will OD on pumpkins soon in blogs, so this time I will enjoy these lovely tombstones!:-)

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  3. The window picture is really excellent, the reflection is perfect!
    I love old cemeteries, I have several pictures in my files, you've inspired me to go look for them...soon!
    Sunny :)

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  4. That's a nicely captured reflection! The cemetery looks quite old! Nicely captured!

    Photo:- The Village Woman

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  5. 1766 is quite old for the standard of our young nations... :)
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  6. Graveyards and pumpkins; Halloween. I like the patina od age on the gravestones.

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  7. The first shot of the weather beaten, dirty windows with the pumpkins is perfect.

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  8. Oh I love this. The first one is absolutely fantastic and the church and graveyard are so pretty!

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  9. Perfect pictures for Halloween, what a mood! Your window would make a very beautyful postcard.
    And I like those old stones in the cemetery: so much stories behind each of them..
    I wish you a good week-end!

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  10. Great job for your reflection shot!

    I like how you used the head stones as a foreground for the second photo. It's a great one.

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  11. I really like the reflection of the pumpkins in the window. It would make a great picture to hang on the wall.

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  12. A perfect post for Halloween and your Weekend Reflections meme!

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  13. Nice move adding the pumpkins. Great reflection.

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  14. What a beautiful old window, James. I am a bit of a cemetery tragic myself, so with this post you are preaching to the converted.

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  15. Spooky. Great Halloween pics. Bring on the pumpkins.

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  16. It is a monument and a window letting feel the history.
    I understand that they protect tradition carefully well.

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  17. The cemetery may be old but it does not look spooky to me. The background building looks like it has been repainted.

    Happy Halloween!

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  18. Really like this. And the pumpkins add a bit of color...very cool.

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  19. looks like an interesting cemetry..

    your first photo is beautifully composed

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  20. I love the window shot, the composition is perfect. The church and graveyard are really beautiful and peaceful. Great subject matter for the season! Kathy

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  21. I love, love the pumpkins reflected in the window!! :)

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