Regular Random – Five Minutes – Flowers on a Grave

The rules for this challenge are:

Choose a subject or a scene and spend five minutes photographing it using different angles and lighting.

On my way home from work the other day, I had a sudden impulse to stop by the cemetery near my home.  I don’t have any family or friends buried there (at least I don’t think so) but it’s calming to walk through and the chapel and grounds are absolutely beautiful.

Flowers on a Grave BW

And for once, I was able to stick with the five minute time limit for this challenge – but only because it was so humid outside!

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Thanks to Desley Jane for hosting this challenge.  You can find her blog here:  https://musingsofafrequentflyingscientist.com/2017/08/27/regularrandom-five-minutes-with-pumpkin-soup/

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Belated Father’s Day

Image of the Cross

Mom and I went to the cemetery yesterday and I took my camera to get a photo of the new flowers she had placed there.  My breath caught when I realized that the light from the door had reflected the image of a cross on the marble of the vaults.  Dad’s is the vault with the red, white and blue flowers and the American flag on the upper right.

Mom's Reflection

And I caught my breath again when I realized I had captured mom’s reflection in the light.

Photo Challenge – The Road Taken

This week we are asked to share the surprise, wonder or amazement of our “road taken”.

There is a beautiful old church and cemetery around the corner from home and I stop by there frequently to walk and reflect.  I can’t help but wonder about the lives of the people buried there – their stories and the roads they took. 

So many stories, so many roads – some long and some cut short.  Love or heartbreak, rags or riches, success or failure, sickness or health…I can’t help but wonder about the roads they took.

To see responses from other bloggers, please click here: The Road Taken

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