I’ve always been drawn to graveyards and visit them regularly whether or not I know anyone lying therein. I commune with the spirits there. I wrote about a tribal graveyard previously in my posts Tribal Burial Grounds, so imagine my surprise when while hiking outside of town I came across a different dry, neglected-looking graveyard. I started walking through and much to my surprise, I found this:
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Was enjoying photography and retirement until my youngest son contracted Valley Fever while working. Now, I haven’t written any posts or taken many photos (very few anyway). I struggle with remembering all my settings since not using them. There are plans afoot to start my blog again. View all posts by egghill
8 Replies to “Graveyards”
Way cool! Some extremely valid points! I appreciate you penning this article plus the rest of the
website is very good.
Sometimes it takes me a while to get to e-mail, but I am always glad when I finally have the time to peruse whatever you have sent. This MUST be a well know cemetery for the area. So many artful, caring, thoughtful markers. I enjoyed it. Thanks!
It’s pretty big. Nice idea. I enjoyed all your beach photos. Such fun!
Good grief, the Internet has been awful today. I replied, but I guess it timed out and never got posted! It is a nice cemetery, and you’re right, a lot of thought and planning went into those graves!
Loved your pet graveyard! Wow! The youth from our church went to SSP at that Indian reservation a few years ago. Kathy Baird said you were by briefly, so sorry things are still bad for your son.
We will keep praying.
Carol, look at wildflower post previous to this one, please tell me some of the names I’m missing. Thanks for prayers.
gee…I’m not a dog-lover but I think there’s a tear in my eye – good photography Barb (that must be it…). Did I mention that we got a cat, our first in the Winstead family? A gray/white striped Kitty named Calvin. I have to admit he’s a good cat – fun to watch.
Glad he’s not an ‘fn’ cat!