Friday, October 30, 2009

A walk through the cemetery (and some tangerine juice)

Once or twice a year Larry and I like to take a walk through the cemetery, not for sentimental reasons, but for the beauty we find there.
The leaves have been magnificent this year.
This small stone building is covered in vines.
I like the section where the stones stand up. In another section they are all flush with the grass and it's hard to read them.
Sometimes family or friends like to decorate the graves for holidays.
Half a cup of tangerine juice. . .
came from one small tangerine.
And it had about forty seeds!

4 comments:

Daisy said...

The trees have been so beautiful this year. I really like the photo with the three trees together--red, yellow, red. Very pretty!

That tangerine had a LOT of seeds!!

The Gingerbread House said...

I'm glad you visited during the day :o)especially on Holoween..The colors are beautiful all around this year...and the seeds looked so healthy..what are you going to do with them? Ginny

Suzanne said...

The colours of the trees are just so beautiful. I am not sure if you remember the post of the little church and cementry it was in autumn and I loved the colours too.
Tim has had lemons someone gave Allan at work and he has been making himself up some lemon juice.

Owen said...

Hi Diana ! Beautiful colors on all your trees there ! A peaceful, colorful place... there are wonderful stories to be found in cemeteries, and artwork too... and what better after a walk than some fresh fruit juice just squeezed ? Bet that didn't last long...