A photo essay on the stages of decay of funerary landscape architecture.
An informal presentation of some floral shots I’ve taken. No commentary.
A rather beautiful stained glass window features the portrait of Ida May Vare, who died in Beijing at age 22.
I never expected to find a portrait bust displayed on the exterior of a monument! And it hasn’t been stolen!
A religiously themed monument in Druid Ridge that avoids cliché with some novel imagery.
Here I open up a new category of funerary portraits: framed photos serving like portrait busts.
A decidedly odd portrait bust in the mausoleum of a distinguished family!
A nice Egyptian revival mausoleum at West Laurel Hill with some de-luxor features!
A wonderful stained glass window shines a light on a sad surprise in the Jackson mausoleum.
A man with a Charles Darwin beard stares out eternally at his wife, who is shrouded with a vast, heavy cover. West Laurel Hill–gotta love it!