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Location: Cities of the Dead
Latest Activity: Aug 6
Started by Aparecida E. Barnabé. Last reply by Christine McClung Aug 6.
Started by DeAnn Komanecky. Last reply by Aparecida E. Barnabé Aug 5, 2012.
Started by Jerry. Last reply by Janet Allaire Feb 5, 2012.
i didn't mean for you to clean it.that is way to old and spring rains will help it out.i sometimes go and just tidy some that look neglected and put flowers maybe rake up if there is no custodian or i have permission.i am a vet and i think it helps.
I agree Angel. I wouldn't want to attempt cleaning the statue. I think it's still beautiful, and truly shows it's age just has the tombstones behind it does. The photo I post of GAR cemetery is 150 years old maybe older.
Sometimes when i take photos i will clean up around some sites.Near where i live now[100mi] my brother lost a son.i looked for that site and its a cemetary not used anymore.ispent a couple of days there.When i told my brother he chuckled and told me they had his ashes.It felt good to do it take care
nice but looks like someone should cleanit up a bit
Thank you Gary
sometimes with fog there is dense and not so dense and that could make it stand out like it was lit up nice photo by the way
This is G A R Cemetery (Grand Army of the Republic)
I like how the one tombstone (the white one) looks like it is lit up. It was foggy out there, and seeing that with my eyes while I was out there it didn't look like that.
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