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A Graveyard Bimble

Hereford’s municipal cemetery is perhaps not the most obvious place for a bimble, but bear with me. Having visited it many times on business, I thought I would try a visit for pleasure instead. 495 more words


Livingstone Graves stones

In May 2015, I was pleased to meet the acquaintance of historian, Donald Livingston Clink who has written many articles for the Clan McLea (Livingstone) Society, a worldwide Livingstone historical appreciation society. 717 more words

Blantyre Places

Cemetery Return

To correct (Okay, add to) last week’s post, I’ve added a page of extra images.

  1. Wider shot to provide some context (top)
  2. A couple of closer images on the grave stones, their art-work and detail.
  3. Density of the land.



VA Probes Report of Patio, Stairs Use of Military Headstones

GAINESVILLE, Mo. (AP) – The federal Department of Veterans Affairs’ inspector general is investigating reports that a southern Missouri patio and staircase is made out of military gravestones. 130 more words


Rug Memories

Archaeodeath went 17th century today and also considered 20th-century mortuary commemoration at heritage sites. The latter is more common than you might think.

Rug Chapel near Corwen was built in 1637 by Colonel William Salusbury, subsequently a fierce royalist who defended Denbigh Castle for the crown in the English Civil War. 404 more words

Archaeologies Of Death And Memory

Shooting Kodak Portra 160 NC

Kodak doesn’t call it Portra for nothing — it’s meant for portraits. And that’s what I used it for, mostly. I’m trying to build my portraiture skills, so I loaded a roll into my Nikon F2AS and shot more than half of it on my sons. 532 more words