Water Nymphs. Two of several water nymph statues in York House Gardens, Twickenham, along side the River Thames and near Dial House Riverside. The statues were imported from Italy by Whitaker Wright who took his life in 1904 in court following his conviction for fraud. This led to Sir Ratan Tata to aquire the statues and bring them into his gardens at York House. Source: The Twickenham Museum.
Gallery of Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum / HGA Architects and Engineers - 5
Built into a hillside to preserve the pastoral quality of Lakewood Cemetery, the Garden Mausoleum quietly embraces the landscape while offering a contemplative interior experience. Description from hga.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Bluebells in Cornish Graveyard at St Wyllow Church, Lanteglos-by-Fowey, Cornwall, UK. I think the naturalised bluebells in this shot are the more vigorous Spanish variety rather than English bluebells. The white flowers are three cornered leeks - quite common in Cornwall.