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Beautiful image, so sad and moving...
This looks just like the haunting cemeteries of New Orleans. A few of those tombstones are inscribed in French. All these places make us quiet.
This is a moving shot, capturing the spirit perfectly.
Back in the graveyard, eh? Lovely statue, gracing this ancient burial ground. Life is so short and fraught with uncertainty, that it seems such emblems of immortality help some folks get through their pain and grief.
The children's section, always the sad part of a cemetery. But this young angel is smiling. That helps.
As close to b/w as one could get without actually shooting in b/w. Well done.
une pensée de noël pour tous ces petits angelots.
«Louis» supposes these children were victims in one way or another of that horror we call World War II. «Louis» recently read a book about life in occupied and Vichy France during the war. What a horrible time for la belle France.
«Louis» meant to add that this is a very moving image, all the more so when we relate the angels to the children they are watching over.
I love ANGELS and I believe they are taking care of us all the time!Beautiful shot!Lëia
Beautiful and lovely shot !! Simply an amazing piece of Art.
Very lovely! A beautiful tribute to the young "angels."
Awww... it's sad that some angels have to leave this earth so early. But what a wonderful way to remember them.
The little white marble angels against the cold dark tombs. Beautiful, moving shot.
Ya, over here in most older cemeteries there is a section set aside for their 'angels'.
You're going to make me cry. These little monuments are so touching, and it's nice that the children are remembered so beautifully. Your photo with the black background is thoughtful.Re: reflections. I have so many reflection shots, but I forget to take part in the memes :) Maybe I'll remember this week. Thanks!
So sad, but a nice remembrance.
belle pensée pour ce Noël
Such monuments help the grieving parents, I think. I cannot imagine what it must be like to lose a young child.
CQ, anytime you want to jump the Atlantic, we'll welcome you here in Vermont. That's a promise.
Triste et touchant à la fois....
so sad, but sweet angels.
Oh you did a beautiful job with this one. THe little angels are the hardest for me as well. Well done.V
What an impressive photography. Guess we are all like one-winged angels, only able to fly while embracing eachother, throughout life and after.Please have a wonderful Friday.
Certainly sad moments when an infant passes but what a grand thought to know that they are guarded by angels.
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