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Hasta qué la muerte nos separe

Hasta qué la muerte nos separe

<b>This Victorian-era mourning tradition is fascinating.</b> Warning: Pictures of dead people ahead.

17 Haunting Post-Mortem Photographs From The 1800s

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“Long desert highway” by Glenn Nagel via 500px.com  ( Death Valley National Park - California, USA )

"Long desert highway leading into Death Valley National Park from Beatty, Nevada." Photo by Glenn Nagel. I've driven that road so many times! I see the tailings ponds for the Bullfrog mine.

Dead? Seemingly so, but not quite. Yes, his skin was slick and chilled from the rain, lifeless by every temperature account. Yes, he'd fallen there hours ago, unnoticed, unheeded, uncared for when the bolt of magic that had struck him on the battlefield finally claimed entrance to his heart. Even still, if you looked closely enough, you could see his chest rise and fall the barest fraction. He was breathing, but as she crouched beside him she wondered how much longer that would remain true…

This picture's tone is blue. By using the color blue, the picture is automatically associated with the attributes that are related to blue: grief, sadness, and passiveness.