Saturday, November 19, 2005

*too tired to title* last picture for tonight. check again in a few days for more. i have non-cemetary stuff too, that i will be posting. Posted by Picasa
Angel amputee. Who needs legs when you have WINGS!
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Fractal. Posted by Picasa
Soldiers. Posted by Picasa
Dead tree in a city of dead. Posted by Picasa
I moved some stuff around on my computer, trying to free up some space on my C: drive, and in the process, apparently i misplaced some photos. oops. I'm sure I'll find them eventually. Anyway, this ones nifty, eh? Posted by Picasa
um. crosses are all the rage in cemetaries. Posted by Picasa
So sorry for the delay. I've been busy. Here is another photo of the cemetary in Ales. Posted by Picasa

Sunday, November 13, 2005

The forgotten. I can't help but wonder what happened to the family that is supposed to be remembering the people interred here. Have they died? Moved? Or did they forget? Posted by Picasa
How about some pictures of a French cemetary? Would that float your boat? Yes? No? To be honest I really don't care. Look, or don't look. If you don't you're missing out. French cemetaries are cool. My co-locateur Rocio and I seem to share a morbid fascination with cemetaries. Well, you have to admit they can be so beautiful. It's where people rest their loved ones when they leave the world, and the french do it in a such a memorious way. Rocio and I had an expedition to the Ales cemetary, separated, and couldn't find each other again. It was that big. Then, when I went to leave I found that the gates were locked and there was no way for me to exit. They really should put in a door that opens from the inside only. So, you are locked in a cemetary, and the light is quickly fading from the sky. What do you do? Search an easy way out, obviously. I hopped up on the cement base of the fence to the side of the entryway and climbed over it, then jumped down. Easy enough. I wonder if I could get in the same way? But there would problem be a bunch of heathen teenagers in there wreacking havoc if it were that easy. And I'm not so into cemetaries that I feel the need to climb a fence to get in. Especially if I can't take pictures from lack of light. Posted by Picasa
Part of a fence to keep people from walking across the acqueduct in Montpellier. Posted by Picasa
Random photo, taken in Montpellier. I'm just gonna do some random photos now because I really don't feel like writing a cohesive story. I actually would like to go to sleep and am hoping this will keep me awake for a while as I need to be awake for another 4 hours. Damn 9 hour time difference! Posted by Picasa