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Skunks and a Grave

Josefina Trujillo died in 1952.  Her grave lies next to that of her husband Frederico in a well kept plot in Taos.  This morning three young skunks hunt for grubs under the flowers on her grave.  One seems a little … Continue reading

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Cemetery Hudson, New Mexico

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Dead End

Okay, it’s a pretty weak pun, but the photo had to be taken.  My apologies. Cemetery, Duncan, Arizona, USA.  

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Almost Cemetery Fences

The cemetery from the time when Elephant Butte Dam was being built (about 1916 but there are a few newer graves) is guarded by a couple of ‘no trespassing’ signs.  No fence, just the fence posts.   And this is what … Continue reading

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El Alamo Cemetery

El Alamo is a old, mostly abandoned mining town southeast of Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.  The cemetery had graves marked in Spanish and some in Chinese.  

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Desert Cemetery

A cemetery fence near Shoshone, California. I’ll link it to Friday Fences so you can see many more fences!

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Unmarked Graves

The unmarked graves of my illustrious relatives were unsettling to me.  And this reaction surprised me.  Ashes given to wind or water have no stone anchoring them.  And I find that inspiring.  Why this unease over the Duncans’ burial place? … Continue reading

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