It probably was. When the tombstone snapped, the top probably fell down and landed resting on a sapling. As the sapling got taller and wider, it absorbed the top of the tombstone.zOOmz said:Here is kind of an interesting correlation. Not sure if the artist had ever seen the photo, but they are ironically similar. Art by Alan M. Clark, and the photo is from St Luke's Cemetery, somewhere in New York. Was wondering if the tombstone top that has grown into the tree was once on top of the nearby tombstone bottom.
Whew... i wasn't sure if some of it was on topic. The odd stuff fascinates me. Although I think my style of "tourist pics" tend to creep my folks out.zOOmz said:JnC, I can see that you know what I like.
Thanks. The UK. There has got to be some very old, interesting places there.ajp33 said:You want to try this site
I searched for Longbridge the former Rover car plant, (link below), and it has some incredible posts. Being a Brit it's also pretty damn depressing seeing what was once a huge employer in the midlands reduced to nothing :-(
zOOmz said:Thanks. The UK. There has got to be some very old, interesting places there.
I have some from the London Underground.
zOOmz said:Read the fantasy novel "Neverwhere" by Neil Gaiman. Then you will be hooked forever on the London Underground...