Well the darkroom is in bits, ready for my man Buff to come and plumb in some running water. He's a hard man to tie down, but the smoke signals are good for this week. Here's hoping...
In the meantime, a couple more snaps from Killowen Churchyard, still with the Mamiya 645.
As you can see, not all graves have headstones. Some have these small ironwork affairs, with the names in raised letters. They are simply pushed into the earth and unfortunately when the grass gets cuts they get lifted and then maybe not replaced as should be.
This lot were just 'resting' against the wall.
The graveyard is full now - has been for some years like most of the churches around here. Almost everyone nowadays who wants to be buried goes to the municipal cemetery, although I am told that if a specific request is made to be buried in a particular graveyard then that request can usually be accommodated.