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W.H. Lofthouse
I had a wander around Durham to day and came across this derelict chapel and graveyard.
I thought the chapel looked interesting and took a few shots.
Normally I would clone out any distractions, like the bright headstone, but on this occasion no way.
The inscription reads........
Buried elsewhere in this burial ground,
29/1668 Corporal
W.H. Lofthouse
Northumberland Fusiliers
5th July 1916, aged 24
Rest In Peace.

I think you will understand why.

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Filename:LofthouseTSOL.jpg
Album name:George / George's Album
Keywords:durham lofthouse grave chapel fusiliers
Camera:Canon 5D MkII
Lens:Canon 24-105 L IS USM
Author's Comments:Rest In Peace indeed.
Editing Performed:Converted in Lr, than a touch of Glow in Coilour Efex Pro.usm slight crop and re-size.
ISO:200
File Size:816 KB
Date added:Apr 05, 2014
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Date Time:2014:04:05 18:50:11
DateTime Original:2014:04:05 10:48:31
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George  [Apr 05, 2014 at 06:07 PM]
I did try and chop down the tree but my Chainsaw wouldn't start, oily plug I think
SteveT  [Apr 06, 2014 at 08:49 AM]
Interesting image and a fitting memorial to a young man killed in the great war.
JOHN  [Apr 06, 2014 at 08:20 PM]
An interesting image indeed, it looks like nature is trying to take over again, I suppose you didn't consider cloning out the tree then George ?
Very sad only twenty four years old, but he was not the first and neither will he be the last unfortunately, just a waste of a life.
George  [Apr 06, 2014 at 08:37 PM]
A clone job toooo far methinks Jeffrey
mpfenton  [Apr 07, 2014 at 01:13 AM]
Go for it George... You would be a clone master... could be easier then getting the chainsaw to go
Beermonsta  [Apr 08, 2014 at 08:21 PM]
Good work on the editing George, you have excellent detail in the stonework of the old chapel and there is good lighting and detail in the grass path leading up to it.
And you were so right not to clone out the headstone,
alanuk  [Apr 08, 2014 at 09:30 PM]
The headstone is important; the symbolism especially so. I better many mothers wished they good some how have blotted out the effect of the Great War on they "boy" soldiers. I've just had a sudden vision of a Watch with Mother programme from the 1950s where a house with a face would peep round from behind something (trust me - I've not been drinking (much)); the church seems to be doing the same. Glad you found it for us.