|A Civil War grave|
One morning at Kenyon last week I got up early and left the house before sunrise to get in my photography fix amongst all that writing. My destination: the old and picturesque cemetery on the Kenyon College campus, right behind Storer/Brandi Recital Hall where our readings were held every evening. With all those old gravestones and the pretty setting on a hill top among old trees, I figured it would make for a good subject.
The Lewis Crypt is the only such structure in the cemetery. Word has it that during Prohibition it was used to hide a distillery, which in turn caused people to believe it was haunted because of certain clanking noises that would emanate from the little building.
Cemeteries and early morning pictures… Two of my favorite things. Thanks for sharing, Annette.
Eden – thanks, glad you liked this! And thanks for stopping by, it was nice "meeting" you in the #storydam chat!
William – perfectly put!