These photographs were taken sometime between 1999 and 2003, with a slightly better-than-disposable camera. I can no longer recall the specific cemetery in Dallas.
This first series of three tombstones was most fascinating.
A closer look reveals very strange inscriptions.
The most unusually shaped tombstone, void of any religious imagery, resembles the stump of a tree.
Fall leaves and shadows on an old tombstone.
A statue on top of an old grave looks fearfully and mournfully towards the sky.
The book of Psalm.
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