Cross Bones Graveyard, Redcross Way, London. Sat 28 Mar 2015
A white dove in a hawthorn bush in the Cross Bones Graveyard garden
The pyramid was made by the 'invisible gardener', a security guard working locally who tended the garden. Behind it the Shard.
a shrine to the 'Winchester geese'
Friends of the Cross Bones Graveyard with poet and author John Constable whose work revived interest in the graveyard
The sculptural entranceway to the garden being made from Union St
'Goose remember.... the Dead are watching you. This is their garden, if you respect, it it will one day be open to the Living'
Crossed beds of stones
Many 'Winchester geese' and their children were buried here
ribbons and messages on the gates and fence of the garden
and through the railings a view of the Shard
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