Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
I'm always finding cemeteries in this part of Connecitcut. Some are family plots, I'm sure containing only a few headstones. I have found gravestones dating from the 1700's, and I"m sure there are some earlier. Oftentimes, one can't read the inscriptions. I like your photos here.
Creative shots of headstones which can be creative themselves ~ Happy Week to you ~ artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)
those names are looking scandinavian, maybe from Norway?..I like to visit cemeteries , thereare so many stories there..
Here's a stone I saw in Florda last week.TOGETHER, Forever. DAMM (family name)I'm still grinning. hahahahaha
It's interesting what catches your eye in a cemetery. Great shots.
This pair is interesting. The older-looking grave is for the person who lived later. I am wondering whether the newer gravestone for the person who lived earlier was provided by a later relative.
Two very different styles in the same family.