Friday, April 29, 2011

Bellefontaine Cemetary

Better late, than never, eh?

I may have blogged about Bellefontaine Cemetary before, but here I am again. My mom and I drove through on a summer's day and explored its vast acreage, and historical plots. I drove through again recently with a friend of mine, and I saw things differently. We did less hopping out of the car (actually almost none) and I became 'obsessed' with doors on all the mausoleums.

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There's also just some beautiful gravestones:

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One of the historical graves, Eads:

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And sites:

And two for my opera friends:

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And a few more things crossed off Photo Project 2011:

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Mom said...

I love all the doors. Especially when you consider that doors often represent a new opportunity, but all the opportunities are finis for these folks. Cemeteries offer plenty to reflect on; good place to spend some time.

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