Various thoughts and travels
I like this very much! The tree is a comforting presence among those old pioneer tombstones.
I like it too - especially the tree that offers shelter to the tombstones. Probably is a family cemetery.
This is Popowich Cemetery (Ukrainian Orthodox). Something interesting is the two headstones under the tree are only inscribed with birth dates (John Popowich-1854 and Anna Popowich-1860), no death dates.
Thanks for the information. I should have asked you in the first place.
Another awesome find, team! Good work! Human beings can make rich and full lives anywhere. What stories could they tell, if they were able?
I like this tree photo best!
I stumbled across this webpage and my breath was taken away! The two graves under the tree belong to my great great grandparents. The next day, I took my laptop to my 82 year old mother's house and said, "I have something to show you," and when I opened the page for her to see, her eyes grew wide with shock. "My grandfather planted that tree!" she whispered! "Oh my goodness, that's my great Baba and Gedo." What a wonderful impact your photo has had on us all. Thank you so much.
Thank you for the comment. Glad to know something simple could affect someone like this.