A fascinating knockoff of Bobbie Carlyle's Self-made Man sculpture with a portrait head of the deceased! *Chef's kiss*
The Cyrillic title atop this post honors the Kerecmans, who placed an onion dome atop their family monument.
A heartfelt but dicey poem marks the grave of Susanna Stone, dead in 1807.
Gone home! But sometimes the address seems to change . . . .
A fireworks show does not clamor for our attention as much as this stone does!
Edward McGowan went to machine gun school just as WWI ended. He ended in early 1919 while still training. Spanish Flu?
Come to see one of the world's largest concrete structures, but stay to see how you can avoid the anxiety of eventual and permanent separation from it.
Astounding cumulonimbus clouds rose above the Susquehanna River during an afternoon drive yesterday.
Of the places I've been, none has Scranton's variety of flags flying on private houses.
Imagery probably derived from Cole's Voyage of Life decorates the White-bronze Miller monument in West Pittston, PA.