As this blog is new for me, I’m just beginning to discover some of the other great bloggers who are interested in cemeteries and cemetery photography. I also discovered this meme, Taphophile Tragics, which I’m participating in for the first time this week. Here’s my photo:
taken in Elmwood Cemetery in DeKalb, Illinois. I like the simplicity of the clasped hands (a symbol usually found on stones from a certain era … which I’ll bring up in a future post), and how it just says “Elisabeth’s Grave” at the top. What’s interesting is that there’s no last name, just her first name. I modified it with a sepia tone, which makes it easier to see her date of death, in 1847.
To see more Taphophile Tragics, please click HERE.