18.6.08

Passy Cemetery















26 comments:

Per Stromsjo said...

The "crowded" perspective in the 6th photo (counting from the last one, backwards) is real good.

Marguerite-Marie said...

superbe promenade, j'aime beaucoup les cimetières .

USAincognito said...

Isn't it amazing what you can find in a cemetery?

'JoAnn's-D-Eyes'NL said...

wonderfull photo's from this cemetrery Peter! My compliments!

krystyna said...

Very interesting!

Petrus said...

A cemetery is always a fascinating place to visit - you never know what odd things you are going to find ..

Good shot of the avenue of trees ..

Deepak Gopi said...

Hello Sir
Ethreal beauty :):)
I have bought a book to learn french.I think french is bit difficult.
We r having a film show of Eric Romer ,his 5 films.

Julia Dutta said...

Peter,
Some extrordinary photos here. But where is the photographer? :)))
Julia

Deepak Gopi said...

Hello Sir
beautiful pics as usual :):)
I have one question Up 2 how much kilometres Effel tower can be seen?
Pls participate in a wild guess contest @my blog

Deepak Gopi said...

Hello Sir
than kyou for participating in the contest.
Good day @deepak- I am a lefthander ,but the teachers in my school forced me to write with right hand.

SurfAnna said...

Wow, great photos ! I like the ones where you can see the Tour Eiffel in background. You aren't looking foe it, and then BAM, here it is ! :)

Kin'shar said...

nice pics.....but the next time I would like to see some parts of paris that reminds me of love, and happy times


take care

Dina said...

hello peter, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Indeed we are having hot days and thus resulting into nice evenings.

Maddy said...

I wish I can die if I am going to be housed liek this!LOL

Kate said...

So many different styles and tastes! I love these cemeteries because it gives one a sense of what is important to the deceased or their families. Loved the living room setting!

Loulou said...

Is Owen aware you have same weird still interesting passion (well maybe not that much)?
I mean cimiteries!!!
;-)
Greetings from India
Loulou

gypsywoman said...

beautiful photos - i've always loved architectural photography and your shots are great! thanks for sharing - jenean

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Nefertiti,deesse NiLuNoah adoratrice d Aton said...

dommage je ne vois qu une photo,et mm sur les autres postes,je ne vois que des carres avec des croix rouges ;O(

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

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Eswar said...

beautiful photos...

JoAnn's-D-Eyes said...

Hi Peter,
Nice to see your blog again, we have been in cemetries yeh, pity that blog is limited with pic's eeh? You might wonder where I was? I've been gone from I-net/blogging since my dog died, too painfull sorry, I slowly return, with just 1 pic.Creative greetings JoAnn/Holland

ruma said...

Hello, Peter.

  Your excellent shot enhances charm still more.
  It is very sweet scene.

  I thank for your kindness.
  
I wish You all the best. ruma ❃

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