Great post, Jeniffer! In Austria there is also a village named Ohlsdorf, a famous contemporary writer lived there, but he is also already buried :( Thomas Bernhard.Die Aufnahmen vom Moor sind auch wunderschön!
The color of your photos make it look so ancient, only a 100 years old! What an interesting colors the flowers are and the reflection on the water.
The black and white photo with the stone angels like frozen in time; a very poignant, beautiful post to show peace achieved. The reflectionof the Rhodos is wonderful.We travelled in 1974 with the Galileo Galilei (Lloyid's) on her last trip to Australia.Lovely to see lakes and man made rainbows. Ohlsdorf sounds nice, it must have been a village once and has grown to a town or city?
The cemetery tour was fascinating, especially to see that a 4000 year mound is in the same burial grounds.
The Rhododendrons in public Gardens in the north of Germany are truly stunning due to the naturally acid soil ound there. Your cemetary is a peaceful placefor a short visit or an eternal sleep.
Wonderful pictures. I just moved and have been seeing these beautiful flowers all around, now I know they are rhododendron. Thanks!
Great pics Jennifer, the last one is my favourite, love that reflection.Have a great weekGuyRegina In Pictures
Jennifer: What a neat look at the sacred place, you captured it so well.
Love that first photo of the cemetery...very evocative..
Beautiful photos. So much history there.I really like the first photo. The monochrome really suits it...sombre..
4000 years old!Great subject for MWT.The last is beautiful.
I love the reflection of the flowers in the water. Lovely photos of the burial grounds too. thanks for sharing.
This is a unique world. Did you just visit here?
Second biggest cemetery in the world - the biggest one on Long Island is not nearly as nice as this one. Very beautiful and tranquil - lovely photos.
Your world contains such lovely places and you've photographed each in fascinating ways. Thanks for sharing your world ;--)Hugs and blessings,
Anonymous urn burials? Why do they do it anonymously?
Thanks for your answer. I replied.
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