Tuesday, 16 January 2018

Sepia Saturday 402 - 20th January 2018


SEPIA SATURDAY 402 : 20 January 2018
GRAVEYARDS : DEATH : MEMORIALS : AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS

For Sepia Saturday 402 (Post your posts on or around 20th January 2018) we have another image from the collection of the National Library of Ireland and this one provides an aerial view of Glasnevin Cemetery in County Dublin, Ireland. You can choose how to follow this prompt yourselves, and now doubt however you do so, you will be dead right.

Whilst you give this some grave thoughts, you might like to look at what awaits you on the other side.




10 comments:

Little Nell said...

As if we needed reminders.

Barbara Rogers said...

Running around looking for ancestor's graves, you run into some pretty nice neighborhoods!

Sandra Williamson said...

Reunions, memorials, graves family historians come together to share their ancestors. Placing a marker on a grave is something to celebrate and a reason to get strangers together.

tony said...

an old cine film thisweek.

Mollys Canopy said...

Continuing the series on my Union Army ancestor's final years in Salamanca, Cattaraugus Co., N.Y., where he mustered into the GAR.

La Nightingail said...

Sometimes there's more to see in a photograph than you think! :)

Mike Brubaker said...

I think I've got this theme covered. It's a recent set of photographs I acquired last month, but a sequel to a story I did two years ago. Musical of course.

Jo Featherston said...

A bit hard to get back to blogging after a couple of weeks off, but here is my contribution to this week's topic. It was also hard to decide which cemetery to choose!

Wendy said...

Tombstone symbolism

Kristin said...

A chance for my grandfather to win a theatre ticket and the death of said theatre.