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Graveyard in autumn.

Graveyard in autumn.

"When he digs a hole no flower's getting planted as the shovel digs down six feet deep" -from the poem The Gravedigger's Garden    https://www.wattpad.com/422944798-chapter-1-of-the-macabre-masterpiece-repressed

"When he digs a hole no flower's getting planted as the shovel digs down six feet deep" -from the poem The Gravedigger's Garden

Adorned in autumn

Art Nouveau Statue Love In A Rose Viena, Austria Photo by onkel wart (Thomas Lieser)

40 Hauntingly Beautiful Photographs of Graves Taken In Graveyards and Cemeteries

40 Hauntingly Beautiful Photographs of Graves Taken In Graveyards and Cemeteries

40 Hauntingly Beautiful Photographs Taken In Graveyards In Books, Featured, Photography By Daniel on April 2009 Photo Credit: Onkel Wart

All Saints’ Day marks the first day of winter and the traditional start of the alpine ski season. The countless points of light from the candles and lanterns placed on graves form beautiful patterns in the snow and lend a special feel to the landscape. People also lay flowers and wreaths on graves on All Saints’ Day. A jar of flowering heather stands up well to the cold.

All Saints Day is the day the Swedish light candles and place flowers around the graves of their loved ones. All Saints Day is celebrated on the Saturday between October 31 and November

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