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"It's a generational thing"

This past weekend I spent the day with my oldest daughter and a good friend of hers. In between shopping and while at lunch several conversations were discussed. 378 more words

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February. The Changing Seasons. (2017)

The images of death and decay continue today.

Yes, it might be slightly creepy to wander about the crypts of the dead, but they just offered so many interesting photographic opportunities that I could not resist. 500 more words


Couple indicted in cemetery scam

A Delaware County grand jury has indicted a Ravenna couple on charges of fraud related to cemetery services that were never delivered. The 54-count indictment filed Friday against Theodore Martin, 53, and Arminda Martin, 46, came after multiple victims complained last year about paying for grave markers, plots and vaults at Fairview Memorial Park in Lewis Center but never receiving services, said Delaware County Prosecutor Carol O’Brien. 18 more words


Dead. Traces From the Past.

Until I started blogging, I would have never imagined walking around a cemetery without a tragic reason. However, like I posted yesterday, I have found that cemeteries, particularly older ones, are full of wonderful images and mystery. 112 more words

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Doors. To the Dead and Gone.

One of the things I enjoy about road trips, is the opportunity to photograph new places. Sometimes it is a grand sunset or a bold door. 276 more words


MM 3~44. Angel of Mercy.

To see more photos from my cemetery series, come back Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


For Leanne Cole’s Monochrome Madness: MM 3~44.

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