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“Time crumbles things; everything grows old under the power of Time and is forgotten through the lapse of Time.”   Aristotle

“Time crumbles things; everything grows old under the power of Time and is forgotten through the lapse of Time.” Aristotle

and yet another...actually hooking a rug that is quite similar to this...

Early Gravestone Art in Charleston

There was at Auburn an old, abandoned cemetery. It was nearly in the heart of the town, yet by night it was as gruesome a place as the most dismal of human moods could crave. The railings about the plots were prostrate, decayed, or altogether gone. Many of the graves were sunken, from others grew sturdy pines, whose roots had committed unspeakable sin.

There was at Auburn an old, abandoned cemetery. It was nearly in the heart of the town, yet by night it was as gruesome a place as the most dismal of human moods could crave. The railings about the plots were prostrate, decayed, or altogether gone. Many of the graves were sunken, from others grew sturdy pines, whose roots had committed unspeakable sin.

Statuary -colour manipulated- by Thomas Lieser | onkel_wart, in Vienna, Austria. Colour altered version via: http://followthewestwind.tumblr.com/post/61521967716 [Please keep photo credit and original links if reusing or repinning. Thanks!]

Statuary -colour manipulated- by Thomas Lieser | onkel_wart, in Vienna, Austria. Colour altered version via: http://followthewestwind.tumblr.com/post/61521967716 [Please keep photo credit and original links if reusing or repinning. Thanks!]

DURING the mid-1970s, Bernard Heathcote and his wife Pauline visited parish churchyards in Notts to create a photographic record of slate he...

DURING the mid-1970s, Bernard Heathcote and his wife Pauline visited parish churchyards in Notts to create a photographic record of slate he...

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