“A belief which leaves no place for doubt is not a belief;
it is a superstition.”
~ Jose Bergamin ~
Digitally enhanced image created from an original photo taken in “Cimetière du Pere-Lachaise“ in Paris in May 2017.
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…the question: what kind of god takes an innocent child’s life?
the answer: either a sadistic one or none…
Photo taken in the Cimetière du Père–Lachaise in Paris in September 2015. Digitally enhanced in January 2016. This actually the grave of thirteen year old Maguerite Poccardi (1907-1920).
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