Thatcham Cemetery, near Newbury

Just a few miles down the road from Newbury is the little town - or giant village - of Thatcham. It has a tiny cemetery. Notable about Thatcham Cemetery is the comparatively large number of cast-iron grave markers. Cast-iron invariably rusts, but in an attractive and colourful way. One also has to be impressed here by the obvious pride taken by the grounskeepers and gardeners, as evidenced by the careful and attractive topiary. See what you think

Pentax K-1. Pentax 50mm. ISO 250.

You just can't beat a good chain!

An example of lead letter thievery, which I've mentioned elsewhere

Sit back and enjoy the topiary for a moment