West End Cemetery, Townsville Proofsheet

A Photo Gallery By Matthew Larsen

A wander through Townsville's historic West End Cemetery is always interesting. Monuments to mortality gaze down at you, a reminder that life is fleeting, death is inevitable, and the present is all we have control over. Here are a few of my favourites.

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Caption List:

Photo 1. At the foot of the cross the maiden weeps. For the dead, or for the living?

Photo 2. Silent vigil - a maiden of stone watches the passing of time

Photo 3. Silent vigil - watching, waiting, for an eternity

Photo 4. One of a series of three different perspectives of the grave of young Roy Hurley, aged 4 when he left his parents grieving in 1914.

Photo 5. One of a series of three different perspectives of the grave of young Roy Hurley, aged 4 when he left his parents grieving in 1914.

Photo 6. One of a series of three different perspectives of the grave of young Roy Hurley, aged 4 when he left his parents grieving in 1914.

Photo 7. Occupying a small space between life and death

Photo 8. As time passes, everything decays

Photo 9. Always watching, always waiting

Photo 10. Simple and elegant

Photo 11. Rough and rugged. One can only assume the grave hold someone similar

Photo 12. The sadness of a childs grave always plays on your mind....