This photography thing is getting expensive.
And I don't mean the buying-new-lenses-fun-kind of expensive.
Most recently, it was the
Pssssssssssssssssss kind of expensive.
You know, the Pssssssssssssssssss that comes with a flat tire?
The not-so-fun kind of expensive.
Civil War Soldier's Field
Who would have expected a flat tire in a cemetery?
Or even worse,
in an abandoned cemetery in west Philly?
I have had enough frights and
learned not to make these trips alone.
So I was in good company with photo friends
when Dane from AAA came and saved the day.
Newly Uncovered Masonic Circle
Dane had us back among the living in no time.
All images are from the
largest abandoned cemetery in the USA,
the historic Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Philadelphia,
where the Friends of Mt. Moriah Cemetery
are working to preserve and restore this owner-less cemetery.
Thanks to the kind and helpful board president,
Paulette Rhone, for helping us find our way within the cemetery.
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