A cool, gray autumn day set the perfect mood for a stroll in Munich’s Alter Südlicher Friedhof (The Old South Cemetery). It was established as a plague cemetery outside the city gates in 1563, and because it was Munich’s only cemetery until 1868, it’s crowded with ornate gravestones and monuments of area notables.
We have to travel 5,250 miles southeast to reach the location for our next entry in the B&W Photo Challenge.
Our blogging buddy Carol at Which Way Now 101 invited us to participate in a B&W photo challenge. We don’t use many black and white shots in our blog posts, so it sounded like an interesting challenge.
“What, sir, would the people of the earth be without woman? They would be scarce, sir… almighty scarce.” ― Mark Twain
Our Weird and Wonderful series is on hiatus, and things have gotten back to normal at Gallivance. It was a fun series for us, and we’re happy to have provided an excuse for our readers to stray off the straight and narrow.
Old manuscripts have always fascinated me. Looking at an original document that some famous (or infamous) person has written is a completely different experience than just reading a printed document.
Is this not the weirdest, ugliest tree you’ve seen in a while? It’s the perfect graphic for a haunted forest. Given its grotesque appearance you might wonder where the romance comes in – well read on.
Happy Valentine’s Day Everyone! For the past three years we’ve been hunting for hearts with our cameras, looking for them in architecture, nature, and just about everywhere. This year we truly hit the mother lode of curvy goodness!