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"Never take life too seriously.... Nobody gets out alive anyway"~♛

War grave, 1914, Laeken, Belgium. flickr.com/photos/christus76/3372379319/

The Angel of the Night (1885) by Giulio Monteverde, Primo Zonca grave, Quadriportico, Verano Monumental Cemetery, Rome

Vernon served as a pilot during World War I for the Royal Flying Corps and later as a training instructor for American pilots. While conducting flight maneuvers at Benbrook Field near Fort Worth, Texas his plane crashed, killing him instantly (February 5th 1918 aged 30)

H. Woodel: This resembles Pip because in the beginning of the story, he is in a cemetary mourning the loss of his five brothers and his mother and father. This is also the spot where he meets the convict.

Monument-grave in memory of 2 victims of the earthquake at Messina (Sicily) on 28th day of December, 1908. This mother and daughter lay sleeping together when the earth began to quiver..

Cemetery - being reclaimed by Mother Nature (don't have a location for this unfortunately)

Graves...would like this better in b/w

Death & Gravestone Symbolism. Death is life's ending. Because everyone who is born eventually dies, it is the center of many traditions and organizations. Customs relating to death are a feature of every culture around the world. Part of those customs are symbols, which signify or try to make sense of the phenomena

7th Cavalry at Arlington to memorialize the Horses that were killed in the Civil War, 1860s

Paris- Père Lachaise graveyard. The catacombs sit underneath this graveyard, even more of a wonder!