Shady spot


One of the nice things about Pardes Shalom is that there were plenty of benches for people to sit and remember their loved ones. This one had just the right amount of shade and sun for an autumn day. Don't forget to remember those who have fallen for our freedom on this Remembrance Day. And you can see more shadows at Shadow Shot Sunday.

10 comments:

Valladolid Daily Photo said...

Given that Spain does not celebrate this day, I find it interesting to see the posts in which you reflect it.

Lowell said...

I'm not sure I've seen benches in a cemetery. That's a very nice thing to have, to be able to sit and reflect. Your post is a nice tribute to those who gave their lives to preserve our freedoms.

Birdman said...

I stopped by a cemetery to 'talk' to Dad on Vet Day today. Like this spot.

cieldequimper said...

Even without a loved one it would be a nice spot!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Cemeteries are great places for reflecting and for shadows!

Shadows of Silence

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

The light and shadow contrast is lovely. Like Lowell, I don't often see benches in cemeteries, other than ones placed by loved ones. It would be nice if more cemeteries would do this.

Sylvia K said...

What a lovely cemetery, Halycon! Wonderful shadow shots for this Day of Remembrance! Hope you've had a good weekend!

Paul in Powell River said...

Lovely pic, and indeed a great spot to sit and contemplate.

Randy said...

Wow it looks crowded.

Jack said...

It is a pretty and serene place, Halcyon. Placing the bench there really does encourage some time to be spent in respectful contemplation. Good idea!

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