Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Cemetery in Bloom-Part two of the cemetery stroll

The cemetery stroll continues focusing on the the flowers in bloom amongst the stone garden.
Yes, you are seeing correctly. The azalea bush is growing from the grave. Life amongst the dead.
Azaleas in bloom beside a marble mosoleum.
There are several of these gorgeous camilla bushes throughout the churchyard.

White flowers shroud the grave behind.

The stillness of stone monuments peeking through the flowering of new life.

Freedom bought by the lives of those before us.

Thanks for strolling through the gardens with me. Tomorrow we will look at the gravesites and mystique of this beautiful cemetery.

I suppose that 'cemeteries' are in the air as I was inspired by a post by my friend, Lori at Before the Stroke of Midnight blogspot. Then today Jodie at Everything Vintage blogspot posted pictures of her stroll through a beautiful cemetery (we didn't realize that we were both doing cemetery posts until we visited each other:). How ironic! Perhaps spring and cemeteries are in the air! Check out the cemetery posts on their blogspots-they're amazing!


sepiadreams said...

Lovely blog....Very peaceful....Love Tiina....

Jodie LeJeune said...

I am so loving this! I hopped on over to Lori's and took the Sleepy Hollow tour...awesome!

Your pictures are so beautiful. I enlarged EACH one and the details are gorgeous!!!!!

Can't wait until you post again!

everything vintage

The Sweetbrier Cottage said...

History, charm, architecture, beauty - what an endearing cemetery and you have captured it so well!

Andrea said...

So beautiful! The camilla bushes are so pretty. They took my breath away. I could sense the peace in that place. Thank you for sharing. Blessings to you.


TattingChic said...

Those flowers are beautiful! Thank you for sharing that with me! :)

Draffin Bears said...

What beautiful flowers growing at the cemetery.
Love them all and my favourite would have to be the camellia.

Thank you so much for taking me on a lovely tour,


Stephenie said...

What beautiful pictures. I just love seeing the pretty flowers. They brought a smile to my face, I might add... This cemetery is just one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen....Thanks for sharing...