I tend to like old tombstones. The way the zig and zag over time. Lean to one side or the other. Gather molds and lichens. And they have so much more personality than the modern need for conformity and ease of maintenance with the tiny ground flush stones found in most modern grave yards.
These stones are mostly from a small cemetery in New Jersey. Except for the first image, which is from the wonderful Sleepy Hollow Cemetery in New York, where I didn’t get to spend nearly as much time as I would have liked.
All images were captured using my trusty Olympus E-1 and processed in Lightroom.