Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Tombstone

Tombstone
This is a tombstone with a difference. The backside have a tree pattern. From the cemetery at the Medieval church in Österhaninge.The yellow building in the background is the Hesslingby estate. Photo taken as a Brenizer style shot.

10 comments:

Mo said...

And it also looks like a bishops hat. (forgot the official name)

Barbara Farr said...

A unique and interesting monument.

Jack said...

It is a very nice photo, Steffe. I like the yellow building behind.

Andy said...

I had to do a search on The Brenizer Method. Now you have arouse my curiosity.

s.c said...

Its funny that in early days the stone was chipped away 10 mm stone over the total surface to let stand out the branches and leaves . Nowadays the branches and leaves are carved out. A much cheaper concept of course. Thanks for showing us.

Judy said...

This is a beautiful shot with the yellow building in the background and the lovely old monument.

cieldequimper said...

Very unusual.

VP said...

They had to chip away a lot of stone to carve in relief like this...

Peter said...

LOve the yellow lichen.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A very old and strangely beautiful tombstone Steffe.