The monument of George Jago compels interest for its use of a popular song and its odd iconography.
A third close replica of a monument type I’m studying!
I’d have run into a tree if I’d spotted this Doric garage while driving!
Born enslaved in 1820, he was seen to his rest by 5000 admirers in 1883.
A handsome monument betrayed by dicey versification and bad typesetting.
Come stroll down charming Howard Street in Ocracoke, N.C.
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.