Ashes to ashes and dust to dust…
Long forgotten souls and bones
Wrought iron, weathered with rust
Names and dates upon toppled stones
Beneath a Slivered Moon
A very sad picture indeed.
This cemetery was way back in the woods in the middle of nowhere… however the logging road to get to it drove right through what was a huge farmhouse; three cornerstones of it remain. The gravestones mark early to mid 1800′s. It was a thriving plantation and the children chose not to return after college.
I love the old wrought iron work. It’s one of the things I so enjoy about New Orleans.
It was really weird to find this in the middle of nowhere.
Cool places you travel to for your pics. Do like the thoughts that go through your head with these pictures.
We do get around! There are really cool places everywhere, you just have to look for them.
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