Photos by Barry Wallace
The perfect sanctuary ~ whatever the season
Some of the huge trees in the cemetery seems to rival the 129-year
longevity of the burial ground itself.
Above, form and function combine to provide rest and reflection.
The monument at right makes me think how charming it was that a lady named Daisy married a fellow named Sparrow and she would carry the name of a flower and a bird (Daisy Sparrow) for all of her married life.
Monuments of today comes in shapes and sizes that do not necessarily resemble the traditional monuments of years and centuries gone by.
can often soften
by their nature
The McClure family
monument seen here
at left is indubitably
graced by the leaves
of the flowering
shrub beside it.
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