The Zehnder mausoleum in Cave Hill is accompanied by bronze portraits envisioning a reunion in the après vie.
I can’t get enthused about the new Eisenhower Memorial.
Join me in a nostalgic visit to one of Washington, D.C.’s secular cathedrals.
An Egyptomaniacal monument of a bibliophile in Savannah’s Bonaventure Cemetery.
No, it’s not the oldest house in the world, or even in European-settled America, but they’d like you to THINK it is!
#Confederate: very up-to-date symbolism!
A double shell monument offers an opportunity for a brief survey of infant funerary commemoration strategies.
Absolutely exceptional terracotta revetments decorate the Savannah Cotton Exchange.
A stunning architectural terracotta from Preston’s Hotel De Soto (1890) brightens the lobby of the 1968 replacement building.
One of the top-10 funerary portraits in the USA.
Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah, Georgia, lends itself to moody, gothic images.
Bayberry in Nags Head!
Sunstar over Roanoke Island!
Snowfall in the upper atmosphere during a lovely, if momentary, cirrus cloud display today.
A happy coincidence of good restaurant with good sunset views.
Pelicans! With an after-credits scene. Take that, Captain America!
An edited 30-second exposure offers a Nags Head dreamscape.
A lazy gull made for a good protagonist in some storm photos.
A stand of attractive cypresses is an obligatory pilgrimage site for OBX photographers.
Trawling at sun-up.