Tag Archives: cemetery
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
Okay, it’s a pretty weak pun, but the photo had to be taken. My apologies. Cemetery, Duncan, Arizona, USA.
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
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.
A cemetery fence near Shoshone, California. I’ll link it to Friday Fences so you can see many more fences!