Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Wordless Wednesday ~ 42: Zombie Rising

Zombie Rising

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  1. Yes, indeed, this little piece of installation art in the newly renamed St George's Church Gardens is made of tomb stones. It is truly bizarre and really reminds me of monsters rising.

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  2. wow, that is quite a sight! awesome!

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  3. @ And Miles To Go: True, if not a little gruesome.

    @ Steve: Yay! I like it when people 'get' my silly humour.

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  4. LOL .. Now all someone needs to do is photoshop some spooky hands coming out of the tombstones ;)

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  5. Just in time for Halloween too...

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  6. Wow...very cool Emm..Love this..great title too! All your posts are so awesome..and i always enjoy catching up..you rock!!
    Have a happy wkd!
    V~

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  7. It does indeed look like it is part of the set for some cheap second rate horror movie, I will have to go and check it out for real one of these days...

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  8. Hi Emm! Weird... to say the least... ;)

    Recovering from the flu and other viruses, Blogtrotter Two is looking at views, palaces and gardens in Algiers... Enjoy and have a great weekend!

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  9. yikes very scary. I'm sure learning about scary London at present

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  10. that's kind of brave - to make art from gravestones. I'd be so worried that the former owners of the stones would visit me - unexpectedly.

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  11. This is too bizarre for me. I thought it was a natural thing, not an installation.

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  12. Freaky, I can just see Carrie's hand popping up.

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  13. Is that a cemetery? Coz it looks like someone's trying to re-arrange the stones.

    Hope you have a great start to your week!

    Many thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!

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  14. Thats really a wordless photo! Great job!

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  15. @ Karen: It truly is one of the most horrible pieces of installation art I have ever seen. The whole park is horrible.

    @ Betty: You're mad!

    @ Kath: Thank you! There is so much to see in London but sadly, this park is no longer one of those places.

    @ DelBoy: That was the intention!

    @ William: Let me know if you do and I'll buy you a cup of coffee. You'll need it after seeing the kind of crap Southwark is spending people's money on.

    @ Trotter: It is weird.

    @ Mo: Hee! I do like the ghoulish time of the year.

    @ The Half Life of Linoleum: I think they were unearthed long ago and the graves moved a long time ago but I agree with you. I won't even step over graves.

    @ Lauren: No, it's not natural. I agree with you, it is bizarre and awful.

    @ JaPRA: Yup.

    @ Ryan: I know, right?

    @ Joy: They actually purposefully arranged the stones like that. It is hideous. I actually think I'm going to share some of these comments with them.

    @ Spiderdama: It sure left me speechless. Thank you!

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