Saturday, February 20, 2010

Trinity Church Cemetery ,NYC

Cemetary NYC

These photos were taken in NYC in the Trinity Church cemetery, 2 years ago this April, just as the tree buds were starting to pop. The girls and I were rushing around so I didn’t have many opportunities for photography, but these are a couple shots I had sitting in my files that I wanted to share. Honestly they are probably the best shots of the day if that tells you anything.

It was very warm, close to 90 degrees, and the Pope was in town. The traffic, the people, the walking … it was crazy, but there were a couple moments of calmness and mild relaxation.  This was one of them.


Tomb stone in NYC


Erin @ I Heart New England said...

Trinity Church is amazing. I visited it last Christmas, and my mouth dropped when I stepped onto the property. It's really like stepping back into time.

Country Girl said...

Beautiful. I felt the same way when I was there. Wonderful photographs, Sharon.

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Frances said...

Normally when you see pictures of tombstones, the color is drab and dreary. Your picture is so vivid with colors and light -- that the stones in the cemetery look peaceful and happy.

I'd like to make another visit to NYC sometime. The last time we went, it rained, rained, and rained. Hmmmm, maybe the clouds are following me.

Thanks for the sunny picture -- I miss that blog of light in the sky!