Monday, August 21, 2017

Cimetière de Passy

Judging by the vines growing over the door
of this crypt in the Passy Cemetery,
 in Paris, I'm going to say that it hasn't
been opened in a very long time.

[Linking back to Blue Monday
and Macro Monday.]


  1. That’s the way they always look, just before they are opened from the inside. “Mwa ha ha ha.”

    What an eye you have. I have just spent some time sifting through images of the smallest cemetery in Paris, final resting place of Debussy, Fauré, Berthe Morisot, and other friends, and nothing I saw was as arresting as your photo here. Not even this.

    As if Jackson Pollack drizzled a gold filigree over a multitude of small Carrera marble blocks set with an exquisite turquoise medallion.

  2. Ah, a forgotten someone...

    Thanks for linking to Blue Monday!


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