Sunday, February 12, 2012

BADP On The Road - The Angel


Today another photograph from Old Live Oak Cemetery in *Selma.  I have quite a few more,  and I  might just share them from time to time.

* See yesterday's post for all the details of my visit down to Selma, Alabama.

11 comments:

Oakland Daily Photo said...

I know you're not into memes, but I can't see a cemetery photo now without thinking of Julie's (Sydney Eye) new meme Taphophile Tragics. (I'd create a link if I knew how to do it in the comments section). They NEED to see a Southern cemetery with all that Spanish moss creating all that atmosphere. Think about it.

anni said...

Gorgeous picture and wonderful souvenir of a lovely day

Luis Gomez said...

Beautiful Virginia.

Rambling Round said...

So glad you got the details in her wings. Beautiful photo, Virginia!

Bergson said...

il va falloir lui laver les ailes

TheChieftess said...

Very nice Virginia!!! Reminds me of the statue in the opening of the movie "In the Garden of Good and Evil"...I think that cemetery was set in one of the Carolinas...

RedPat said...

She's lovely as is your shot!

Bob Crowe said...

She turned her back on you. Does that mean anything? Maybe you were in a good place and she will protect you.

Daryl Edelstein said...

this is simply lovely

Julie said...

Thanks to Carolyn for giving you the heads-up about Taphophile Tragics, VJ. The meme is open all week, and I check and follow-up every evening. Once you do your pets post tomorrow, you are most welcome to rebadge this one from Selma and link it to another week of TT down the track.

I look forward to your participation.

Julie said...

Goodo, VJ. I am mighty pleased to have your company.

Now, whenever you do a cemetery post on either Birmingham or Paris, I would love to have you link to the most recent of Taphophile Tragics.

Whatever happened to the Paris Pet Cemetery? If it is hanging around somewhere, then link it into TT in this new week coming. Mr Linky opens at 10pm Monday Sydney time which I think is about 5am Monday Birmingham time. Until we go off daylight-saving at the end of March.

Thanks for contributing to Taphophile Tragics. I appreciate it.