The Underwater Jack, What Morag Looks Like Under all that FUR, How to Sleep in the Sun, and other amusements from the past week or so:
Levitating dogs, the Ball Thief, and assorted odds'n'ends:
And for any taphophiles among us...
http://tinyurl.com/bcu8d
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The Underwater Jack, What Morag Looks Like Under all that FUR, How to Sleep in the Sun, and other amusements from the past week or so: Levitating dogs, the Ball Thief, and assorted odds'n'ends:

Nice pics!
And for any taphophiles among us...

Okay. I admit it. I had to look it up.
I definitely do not suffer from taphoplilia!

Handsome Jack Morrison
*gently remove the detonator to send me e-mail
F&@k Cindy Sheehan...
http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=19179 http://www.newhousenews.com/archive/lileks081705.html http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=19188 http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=19187 http://victorhanson.com/articles/hanson081905.html http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-op-tent21aug21,0,1957220.story
Nice pics!

Can you tell I've been having fun with my D70? ;-D
Okay. I admit it. I had to look it up. I definitely do not suffer from taphoplilia!

I always find it interesting to see who's creeped out, and who finds them fascinating... in the case of the Uwchlan Meeting House, for me it's a mixture of taphophilia and an interest in the Welsh heritage of the area (Uwchlan Township, Chester County, PA).
Nice pics!

Can you tell I've been having fun with my D70? ;-D

With a Jack, I bet it's nice to have a camera with a shutter speed of 1/8000 sec., eh? Emotion: smile
Okay. I admit it. I had to look it up. I definitely do not suffer from taphoplilia!

I always find it interesting to see who's creeped out, and who finds them fascinating... in the case of the Uwchlan Meeting House, for me it's a mixture of taphophilia and an interest in the Welsh heritage of the area (Uwchlan Township, Chester County, PA).

I'll be in a cemetery soon enough, darling!

I prefer to do any "research" on *my* heritage in a TAVERN, thank you very much.

Handsome Jack Morrison
*gently remove the detonator to send me e-mail
F&@k Cindy Sheehan...
http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=19179 http://www.newhousenews.com/archive/lileks081705.html http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=19188 http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=19187 http://victorhanson.com/articles/hanson081905.html http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-op-tent21aug21,0,1957220.story
The Underwater Jack, What Morag Looks Like Under all that FUR, How to Sleep in the Sun, and other amusements from the past week or so: http://tinyurl.com/cnxx7 Levitating dogs, the Ball Thief, and assorted odds'n'ends: http://tinyurl.com/9urx8

Great pictures! Thank you so much for sharing them.

As possibly anyone can predict, I liked the "flying nun" one the best. And the tree-climbing one too! Good heavens.
But they were all good.

Catherine
& Zoe the cockerchow
& Queenie the black gold retriever
& Rosalie the calico
And for any taphophiles among us...

Okay. I admit it. I had to look it up. I definitely do not suffer from taphoplilia!

I do! I'm fascinated with old graves and graveyards. I wonder about the lives of the people who lie there. I once found a very old abandoned graveyard in the woods. Interesting because it wasn't a family graveyard of the few stones that could still be read, they were different names. But it was tiny. I would like to find it again but I only have the vaguest notion of where it is at this point.
Great pictures! Thank you so much for sharing them.

I've been having much fun with the D70 since I got it, but hadn't got round to uploading much until now.
But they were all good.

Thanks!
I do! I'm fascinated with old graves and graveyards. I wonder about >thelives of the people who lie there.

Yes, that's definitely a major facet of taphophilia! At the Uwchlan meeting house, the stones that fascinate me the most are Eleanor and Ezekial Evans - they both lived to a good age, especially given the time they lived in, but died only a few months apart; I assume they were husband and wife, and she followed him - and the one for the child who died at 8 days. Such a contrast...
And then there's the stone where the woman is defined first as "Wife of.." and then "Daughter of..." before it ever gets to HER name.

Uwchlan, by the way, was a Quaker Meeting house. The current building dates to 1756, and has a rich history including being used for a field hospital in both the Revolutionary and the Civil Wars.
I once found a very old abandoned graveyard in the woods. Interesting because it wasn't a family graveyard of the few stones that could still be read, they were different names.

That's exactly the sort of thing that creates the fascination, for me.
The Underwater Jack, What Morag Looks Like Under all that FUR, How to Sleep in the Sun, and other amusements from the past week or so: Levitating dogs, the Ball Thief, and assorted odds'n'ends:

LOVED the nyah nyah nyah sequence! They do this a lot?

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