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Cemeteries played a vital role during the recent lockdown. They were a place for quiet contemplation, an opportunity to connect with nature, as well as one of the few places people could take their alloted one hour exercise. I found myself trapped in Inverness, as the pandemic ran unabated, staying directly opposite the wonderful Tomnahurich Cemetery. Therefore said cemetery was pivotal in me staying sane during such difficult times. Here are a few of images, more to follow.

The Serpent Weave
The Serpent Weave
Chapel Yard, Inverness, Scotland
The Guardian
The Guardian
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
The Reverend's Cross
The Reverend's Cross
Tomnahurich Cemetery Inverness Scotland
Death of a Memento Mori
Death of a Memento Mori
Chapel Yard, Inverness, Scotland.
Quiet Reflection
Quiet Reflection
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
The Cloth Maker
The Cloth Maker
Old High Church, Inverness, Scotland
Scroll Hand
Scroll Hand
Old High Church, Inverness, Scotland
Star
Star
Old High Church, Inverness, Scotland
The Wee Burns
The Wee Burns
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
Pray
Pray
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
Simplicity
Simplicity
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
The Little Ones
The Little Ones
Chapel Yard, Inverness, Scotland
Our Father....
Our Father....
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
A Child's Lamb
A Child's Lamb
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland.
Memento Mori Surprise
Memento Mori Surprise
Chapel Yard, Inverness, Scotland
The Reverend David Sutherland
The Reverend David Sutherland
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
The Tacksman
The Tacksman
Old High Church, Inverness, Scotland
Honour
Honour
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
Peek A Boo!
Peek A Boo!
Old High Church, Inverness
On a wing...
On a wing...
Tomnahurich Cemetery, Inverness, Scotland
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