The most expensive monument in the cemetery supports the posturings of the Slifer family.
An informal presentation of some floral shots I’ve taken. No commentary.
A fascinatingly literal conceit on an otherwise handsome obelisk monument.
Often you can’t know who is responsible for the text on a funerary monument. Sometimes a shrewd guess is possible, such as when the monument antedates the subject’s death; or when, as here, a big personality occupies center stage in Union Cemetery in Leesburg, Virginia. The stone is in some ways typical of its age: […]