Sunday, 4 March 2018


Welcome to the meme, "My Sunday Best", which is a photographic and creative meme that allows you to showcase your talents in imaging. Every Sunday, you can post here showing an image you have created using your camera, (and/or) image processing software, and/or painting and drawing in the conventional way and have scanned in.

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A stone from earlier times (1880s) inscribed with a half-effaced few lines of text. This is from the Yarra Bend Park in Melbourne, Australia. Discernible words are: "Commissioner", "Henry Hollard (?)", "Captain", "Johnstone" (?). No idea what it is or from which structure it is from...
This post is part of the My Sunday Photo meme,
and also part of the Photo Sunday meme.


  1. When stones could speak -

  2. I assumed it was a grave? Is it the only one there?

  3. Interesting. Is it a grave? ...
    Thank you for hosting.


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