This summer, for no particular reason, I found myself graveyard-hopping. It must be because cemeteries are full of poetic details.
Or “little touches of humanity that you find”, according to Emma Cownie. Isn’t that the loveliest way to put it? Thank you!
All these were found just at the first, Žale Cemetery, the biggest that Ljubljana (and Slovenia) have to offer.
And since I post this for Patrick’s challenge, each photo will get a haiku, for a change. Therefore make sure that you read the captions this time.
But first, a quotation that goes well with the environment.
As I have not worried to be born, I do not worry to die.
~ Federico García Lorca
(quotation reblogged from For Much Deliberation)
In response to Patrick Jennings’ Pic and a Word Challenge #151: Detail