Two Days Later

The grave of David Barkley PINDER and his wife Mary Jane nee THOMPSON, by the west wall of St Oswald’s churchyard, is marked by a kerb and is not “photogenic”. But some random connection a few days ago triggered my interest and I needed an image to put on the FamilySearch Tree. I was delighted on Thursday to find the plot adorned with buttercups, herb robert and (I think) sweet woodruff. I wouldn’t mind sleeping eternally under this covering for a few weeks each year.

I happened to pass by the grave yesterday.

I looked on the bright sides – at least the inscriptions on the kerb were visible.

Which grave image would you choose to put as a memory on the Shared Tree?

Flower 24 · Yellow Iris

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Iris pseudacorus, Carr Naze pond.

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