Monday, November 2, 2009

A Visit to Sleepy Hollow

Yesterday my lovely, my best friend and I paid a visit to a sleepy town made famous by Washington Irving's short story 'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'. I've always had a fondness for the story and always wanted to visit the town, which is less than an hour from where we live.

The town itself is small and quaint. A lot of small houses and not much to see. The Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and old Dutch Church on the other hand are fascinating and beautiful. We lost ourselves there for a few hours.

Washington Irving, who wrote the 'Legend of Sleepy Hollow', sleeps here.

There are so many beautiful monuments and statues I could over load any internet connection with photos. If you'd like to see more, the entire set can be found on my Flickr.


  1. I really like the one with the hour glass!! Too cool!!

  2. goodness... another cemetary I simply have to go and see... Love the photos....

  3. These are gorgeous photos of the cemetary! This is a town I've always wanted to see too. Thanks for showing!

  4. LOVE the photos!!!!!!
    Have a great creative week!
    Bugs & Hisses

  5. I loved the photos! Very creative, thank you for sharing!

  6. Oh wow...what a stunningly, hauntingly beautiful place!

    You're very good at photography, btw.


  7. YOur photos are so beautiful, I love them!!!!

  8. Beautiful pictures. I have a soft place in my heart for photography. I really loved the one with the statue and all the beautiful red leaves. Sorry I keep posting on your comments like this. Im just truly enjoying your page.


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