Thursday, 26 December 2019

South of Wynyard, Saskatchewan

I had this in one of my folders. I was not sure if I wanted to post it or not as I was not sure if I liked it. A few people mentioned that they like it so I thought I would post it.

This is in very rural Saskatchewan with nothing around for miles.


9 comments:

  1. I like this very much! The tree is a comforting presence among those old pioneer tombstones.

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  2. I like it too - especially the tree that offers shelter to the tombstones. Probably is a family cemetery.

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  3. This is Popowich Cemetery (Ukrainian Orthodox).

    Something interesting is the two headstones under the tree are only inscribed with birth dates (John Popowich-1854 and Anna Popowich-1860), no death dates.

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    1. Thanks for the information. I should have asked you in the first place.

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  4. Another awesome find, team! Good work!

    Human beings can make rich and full lives anywhere. What stories could they tell, if they were able?

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  5. I like this tree photo best!

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