By decade’s end, the cumulative grief killed her.
A New York magnate colonizes a hilltop in Green-Wood.
I was in the right place at the right time.
A spurious spectrum in Nags Head!
I usually post my pictures of flowers on the book of face, but you deserve a treat. I increased the saturation a little, upped the vibrance a fair amount, and maxed out sharpness on my iPhone’s editor. I also heightened contrast, darkened the shadows, and raised the black point.
Don’t assume conventional epitaphs were without meaning.
In an unprepossessing Catholic cemetery in Falls Church: A faithful replica of a famous Celtic cross in Monasterboice, IRE.
An interesting African American monument from 1880 invites comparative study with a white monument across the street.
A Roman gesture still in use: here in an example in People’s Memorial Cemetery in Petersburg, VA.
A lapidary version of the shortest sad story ever told.