I laughed at your caption. Alive or dead, at Père Lachaise it’s not always easy to tell which is which. (For example Georges Rodenbach.)I mean, I always knew he was fragile but, probably because I attended his West Coast debut performing with Charles Lloyd, I was taken aback in grief when I saw his gravestone at Père Lachaise. But couldn’t it be said that Michel Petrucciani is still alive?I must say, that for a cemetery, your photo shows Père Lachaise as full of vibrant sunlight and fresh new life. Resting there would indeed be resting in peace.
Very nice and peaceful!
I'd relax my aversion to wandering through cemeteries for Père Lachaise. It looks such a beautiful place ~ especially the way you've caught it here, dear Alexa.
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