Boneyard Whimsy (#234)

Humor!  It lifts us up into the realms of Joy!  How nice to be remembered as one who lived in Joy!  What sheer pleasure to find it as a running theme at a nearby sancta sanctorum.


Quote the Raven?

Quote the Raven?



Rabbit Headstone

Rabbit Headstone



Bill Below and Birds Above

Bill Below and Birds Above


Red Rovers

Red Rovers


If you think you’ve seen it all……….you haven’t!   This one says it all!



Smile!  Be Happy!


Love,  Annie









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Born under a wand'rin' star.... living in my Winnebago, traveling the country, explorer/adventurer, photographer, writer, chi master, massage therapist, retired teacher/counselor, work camper. Appreciation for the freedom to do it all. Enjoying life's ultimate lessons of trust, respect, and grace.
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16 Responses to Boneyard Whimsy (#234)

  1. rosebud1 says:

    What an unusual and fascinating place. Thanks for the pics.

  2. Arianna says:

    LoL! A whimsical cemetery, who would’ve thought!

  3. MindMindful says:

    What city is this? Such a plethora of fun, quirky, whimsical people who lived there!!

    • This is St Marys, Georgia, tucked in beside St Marys River and just across from Cumberland Island National Seashore.

      • MindMindful says:

        I love the discoveries of your travels that you share with us …………… And I think cemetaries are often really interesting places, because of what they “say” about people’s lives. Anyway, thanks!

      • Thank you! I used to enjoy cemeteries for photographing Angels. Now they are so much more. Where else can one find such a rich history of people’s personalities and humor. You are so welcome! I am honored.

      • MindMindful says:

        I really love the graveyards in Hispanic communities (I used to live in Las Vegas, NM) — SO expressive! So alive to the life of the one who’s gone on………

      • I was fortunate to find graveyards in Silver City, NM and Bisbee, AZ which were wildly and lovingly Hispanic. Beautiful places.

      • MindMindful says:

        They speak so much more to living life, than do Protestant cemeteries (I think) — more about the life that someone lived, than the afterlife. But, maybe that’s being tied to the past, rather than the now & the future?

        Actually, I think the whole realm of funerary commemorative ritual & image doesn’t belong in the sphere of the Rational. It’s about the soul, I guess………….. ((and when I visit old cemeteries, I love seeing the old names that you never see anymore — Minette, Jobetta, Hezekiah))

      • So much culture and history and art. You are right….a bounty to appreciate and enjoy and ponder.

  4. Enjoyed this a lot! thanks Annie.

  5. ps I have a problem, it just happened here again. Do any other WordPress bloggers recognize this?
    If I want to Like a post, I get a small shield that says something like: ‘Just one more step to like this post’- and there are blanks for me to fill in my user’s name and password. If I do that, the shield disappears, I get shunted to the top of the page, and when I press the Like button I get the shield again. Grrr.
    On the other hand, if I comment first, using my WordPress info, and after posting the comment click Like, then no problems.
    I’d be grateful if anyone has any insights into this.

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