Tags » Gravestones » Page 2

Happy Halloween!

I’ve collected some of my creepiest images to set the mood – enjoy!

Best wishes for a spooktacular Halloween!

My Photos

Fall 2015 Writing Prize Recipient- Jim Sienkiewicz

The Graduate Theological Union Writing Prize recognizes a paper that incorporates artwork, themes, and/or content from a current Doug Adams Gallery exhibition. Spring submissions are due in February 2016… 1,464 more words

Story From A Cemetery And A 99 Word Flash Fiction

This week, Charli’s flash fiction prompt has us looking at gravestones, literally:

‘October 21, 2015 prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about a final resting place.

659 more words
Flash Fiction

When the Dead Speak

Some Thursday ago, the Anthropology of Death class from William Peace University, came to visit Oakwood. As the small group circled around our Executive Director and tour guide, Robin Simonton, the history of this place unfolds in the span of a little more than an hour. 1,319 more words

Oakwood Cemetery

One-Four Challenge: October Week Four

Here’s my final October edit for Robyn’s One-Four Challenge. My main aim for this month was to learn how to layer images to create a composite. 386 more words



I could never wear white. Washes me out. But you pull it off. Probably your dark hair. Olive, that’s my daughter, changed my burial dress to this white thing. 165 more words

Flash Fiction

Huldah's fate

Huldah’s fate is of particular interest to me for more than one reason.  There’s her being my 4th great grandmother, a link in the lineage trip to our family’s Mayflower ancestors (Alden, Bradford and Warren). 2,275 more words

Mysteries And Puzzles