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This week, I’m posting some photos I took on my last trip to Italy.  These are from the Camposanto at Pisa, and they’re all of markers that are in the floor.   Many of the stones are quite worn, as you can imagine, so sometimes, there’s no information to be found about who the marker is for.   Considering how old this place is (the cemetery was completed in 1464), it’s not surprising.

Pisa Camp Cem floor detail 1.jpg
I find I wonder not only about who these markers are for, but I also think about how many people over the years have walked over these stones.   I spent a lot of time in this place, taking photos, but also reflecting on the passage of time and how loved ones are remembered. Pisa Camp Cem floor detail 2.jpg


I am following the same rules for this meme that Julie had set up, and have all the information on my page for Taphophile Tragics.   Please include some details of the cemetery in which you took your photographs, and link directly to your post, rather than simply to your blog in general.   I enjoy hosting, and seeing everyone’s posts!  If you have any questions or comments about my hosting (or anything else), please leave a comment or send me an email (Liquidityoftime @ gmail dot com)