Graves and monuments

Panolyman

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Just found an old photo of my great grandfather's grave (although his body was never recovered).
He died just 7 years before the Myron went down.
His ship was the S.S. Zelia.
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Lake View Cemetery on a rainy late Fall day

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Englewood Cemetery, Clinton, Missouri

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Highland Cemetery, Norwood, MA. Oly M10 II, Rokinon 7.5
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Shady Rest - Chemin de Stevenson-2018-D8-25
by Andrew Priest, on Flickr

A shaded last resting place on the outskirts of the hamlet of Finiels. Processing the photo, I noticed what appears to be a World War 1 or II helmet. Wished I had spotted it earlier to get the details.

Day 8 of 12 – Le Bleymard to Le Pont de Montvert: Walking the Chemin de Stevenson (GR 70 Robert Louis Stevenson Trail) in the south of France.
 

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Lady in Read
Lake View Cemetery

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Here's how my mind works:

Your avatar is Beaker. In the Muppets Christmas Carol, Beaker gives Scrooge a red scarf as a present on Christmas Morning.

When I saw that it flashed through my mind that you took your own scarf off and put it on the statue.

Man, am I weird...
I have not seen Muppets Christmas Carol...I will have to now, just to know this reference. Not my scarf however. Many sculptures of people and animals around here have been adorned with masks. Thanks for making me LOL!

ps: Beaker is not only a favorite muppet, but is appropriate as an avatar since we both work in chemistry labs. That particular one overlooks the students that work in my labs.
 

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Lady in Read & White (post 15" snowfall, picture taken today 12-26, previous one 12-21)

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Unaarrimin (Johnny Mullagh) was the famed Aboriginal cricketer who travelled to England in 1868 with the First XI team, which was drawn together from the areas around Harrow and nearby districts. He has just been inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame, the first indigenous player to be bestowed this honour.
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