An informal presentation of some floral shots I’ve taken. No commentary.
Maria Scheuch gazes out impassively at us from her funerary portrait in Glenwood Cemetery.
Hands are hard to draw and sculpt!
Old weathered tombstones are by turns heartbreaking and annoying. But you can see why people were enamored of them when you come across a crisp, fresh example.
A fascinatingly literal conceit on an otherwise handsome obelisk monument.
A monstrous surprise awaited me at Glenwood Cemetery today.
A man with the whiskers of Chester A. Arthur and a young woman with an extraordinary dress by a very talented sculptor in Rock Creek Cemetery.
A wondrous collection of terra cotta architectural elements in Dupont Circle.