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8x12 Sheltered and Safe From Sorrow, Cemetery Headstone, Gothic Photography, Halloween Photography, Fine Art Photography

8x12 Sheltered and Safe From Sorrow, Cemetery Headstone, Gothic Photography, Halloween Photography, Fine Art Photography

Crypt and Marble Angels in a Grecian style temple at Boroondara Cemetery in Kew. #stone #angels

Crypt and Marble Angels in a Grecian style temple at Boroondara Cemetery in Kew. #stone #angels

(The lady in sorrow on Meilhac’s tomb is by Paul Bartholomé (1848-1928), who also made the great mortal monument at the Père Lachaise Cemetery.)

(The lady in sorrow on Meilhac’s tomb is by Paul Bartholomé (1848-1928), who also made the great mortal monument at the Père Lachaise Cemetery.)

For Annie Inglis Springthorpe (1867-97), at the behest of her grieving husband, Harold Desbrowe Annear, a celebrated architect in Melbourne, designed the temple and renowned Anglo-Australian sculptor, Bertram Mackennal, created a marble statuary group of an angel, a recumbent young woman and a kneeling figure representing sorrow. The tomb in Boroondara Cemetery has a view of Heidelberg and Mount Macedon on the horizon. The Springthorpe Memorial is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.

For Annie Inglis Springthorpe (1867-97), at the behest of her grieving husband, Harold Desbrowe Annear, a celebrated architect in Melbourne, designed the temple and renowned Anglo-Australian sculptor, Bertram Mackennal, created a marble statuary group of an angel, a recumbent young woman and a kneeling figure representing sorrow. The tomb in Boroondara Cemetery has a view of Heidelberg and Mount Macedon on the horizon. The Springthorpe Memorial is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.

Angels have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. They guide me, love me and show me God's will.

Achingly Beautiful Cemetery Sculptures (20 photos)

Angels have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. They guide me, love me and show me God's will.

Another one of England's infamous haunted cemetereis. Like Waikumete Cemetery in New Zealand, the beautiful, yet eerie Brookwood Cemetery also had it’s own train, ferrying people to their final resting place. The trains ran from 1854 until 1945 and the service was begun as London started to run out of graves – Brookwood is just over 25 miles from the city. Sounds and crying have been heard many times from the tombs and mausoleums here as well as green and white mists floating around graves…

Another one of England's infamous haunted cemetereis. Like Waikumete Cemetery in New Zealand, the beautiful, yet eerie Brookwood Cemetery also had it’s own train, ferrying people to their final resting place. The trains ran from 1854 until 1945 and the service was begun as London started to run out of graves – Brookwood is just over 25 miles from the city. Sounds and crying have been heard many times from the tombs and mausoleums here as well as green and white mists floating around graves…

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