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Ground #1 - by endika
08-JAN-2012

Ground #1 - by endika

This is a sepulchre in the Cathedral Cloister's ground.
In fact, the ground is a succession of different sepulchres of rich families and guilds.

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Shirley Haden16-Jan-2012 20:29
This family must have gotten rich as pirates. ;o)
Olympus DSLR Challenge16-Jan-2012 17:44
Thanks for your comments!
Sure the Grateful Dead would like this "Walk of Fame". LOL
endika
Shirley Haden16-Jan-2012 10:35
LOL Brent, I don't think you're right, but you are the most funny!
Collin Baxter15-Jan-2012 20:16
Maybe a tomb stone but the angle iorn still fools me.
Olympus DSLR Challenge14-Jan-2012 16:16
I've looked at these three entries many many times. As Art says, they could be a sidewalk. They could also be stone bricks of a building's wall. Each is intriguing in its own right, but this one I find the most appealing, in a macabre sort of way. --Stefan
ArtP12-Jan-2012 04:26
Well, sidewalk, all three, of cut stone... perhaps in a park or memorial rather than just between buildings and curb.
Olympus DSLR Challenge12-Jan-2012 01:39
kind of like the music "Walk of Fame?" this would be the Grateful Dead.

brent
Olympus DSLR Challenge11-Jan-2012 21:17
Shirley, it's not so old actually, 18th century or so I guess, but its own nature makes it to be so worn...
endika
Olympus DSLR Challenge11-Jan-2012 18:32
Thanx for your comments!
A little clue: my three entries are different versions of the same thing... ;o)
endika
Shirley Haden11-Jan-2012 00:31
Is it related to the black death? (do not answer me, I am just guessing what Michael thinks) On the mass graves. It does look extremely old.
ArtP10-Jan-2012 15:45
too substancial for a toombstone... maybe decorating the wall of a cript?
Shirley Haden09-Jan-2012 20:02
My friend from England had a guess at this. I would never have guessed, but I think he might be right. I'll save his guess until closer to the end if no one else guesses it.
Shirley Haden09-Jan-2012 19:18
It looks very toxic to me. :o)
Olympus DSLR Challenge09-Jan-2012 00:22
I dunno, but I do not think I would read those books.

brent