The "Pirate’s Graveyard” , Dorset, UK

David Carton

Blackwater, Ireland

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The "Pirate’s Graveyard” (St Andrews Church ruins at Church Ope Cove in Portland, Dorset, UK).

Layered with 3 of my own textures in multiply, colour burn, and overlay modes in PS Elements.

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Named the Pirate’s Graveyard because of this grave…

The grave has nothing to do with pirates as is mistakenly but frequently written in local guides. The skull and crossbones symbol was once common on tombstones representing Death.

Thanks to everyone who visits & comments on my work

Due to time constraints I’m no longer just saying individual thanks when someone comments on my work, but I will always try to repay the compliment by visiting & commenting on your work.

Of course I’ll say thank you to our hardworking hosts when featured, and sometimes you just have to answer a question. Other than that I’m in silent mode.

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