A marvelous carpet of golden leaves in Spring Forest Cemetery.
A splendid little Egyptian revival mausoleum with autumn colors.
A grieving angel on an autumn morning in Dunmore Cemetery.
A reading from Ecclesiastes guides my meditation on Marywood today.
A Union soldier dead in the final push to take Petersburg and end the war: seven days before Lee surrendered.
I experience elegiac emotions while falling into this picture as I view it—as the designer no doubt intended.
A super-intriguing abandoned town in East-Central Pennsylvania.
A masterpiece by Oronzio Maldarelli in Spring Forest Cemetery.
Who writes out ‘hundred’ in the number 1790? The Ebenezer Marcy stonecutter, that’s who!
Elegant script in an out-of-the-way Pennsylvania cemetery.