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Moderate Alteration: Bringing Out Faded Lettering

I’d file this Find-A-Grave experiment under Moderate Alterations. The first priority here was to make the writing on this weathered gravestone legible. The second priority was to make it so that a person unfamiliar with the original photo would not realize that it had been modified. 42 more words

Moderate Alterations

Tenacious Dead: Memorials that Rise Like a Phoenix

The churchyard of St Philip’s, Birmingham Cathedral, might be regarded as a useful place to ruminate on the futility of remembrance. Over 60,000 bodies are thought to have been interred here between the church’s opening in the early 18th century until its closure for burial in 1859. 837 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

#52ancestors No. 20 - Elise Maria Rudolfine Koop

It is time for my next ancestors in the 52 ancestors in 52 weeks challenge.

Meet Elise Maria Rudolfine KOOP, the wife of my 2nd great grand uncle. 260 more words


Daddy Never Said Much!

Father’s Day, every father hope a light, an example, one to follow…don’t have to say a lot, to be a good father!

Daddy Never Said Much! 175 more words


What is the Collective Noun for "Gravestone"?

What is the collective noun for gravestone?

‘A cemetery?’, I hear you suggest. Still not the same thing.

‘A burial ground, a churchyard, a row, a plot?’, all along the same lines as ‘cemetery’ 1,205 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory


Vogue Italia
August 2008
Photographer Steven Meisel 32 more words