Monday, April 30, 2012

'Over thy dead body' turns 2 today

In celebration of the second blogiversary of 'Over thy dead body', I would like to say thank you so very much to those who have followed along over the past couple of years, and also thank you to anyone who is new to this blog.


Here are a few of my favourite shots from cemeteries in Ireland.

A sign on one of three watch towers which overlook The Prospect Cemetery at Glasnevin, Dublin.
The story of Christ told on a Celtic cross, Glasnevin Cemetery.

The sarcophagus of Irish patriot Daniel O'Connell, Glasnevin Cemetery.
O'Connell has a tomb; his family has a room.
The Family Stack in O'Connell's Tomb.
For more information about who is interred in this room see O'Connell's Tomb: The Family Stack
In Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, taken on a day of wild weather.
Taken on the same stormy day in August.
Little Alice Cogavin and the whispers.
See Alice Cogavin, aged 13 and Whispers In Mount Jerome.
In the shadow of Croagh Patrick: Murrisk Abbey Cemetery on Clew Bay, County Mayo.

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