Granary Burial Ground, Boston, MA

Posted: August 14, 2015 in Cemeteries, Skulls
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Skull and Cross Bones Granary Public Burial Grounds A
The Skull and Crossbones (Such as This One in the Granary Burial Ground on Tremont Street in Boston, MA), Is Probably One of the Earliest Gravestone Motifs Found in American Cemeteries

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  1. dmglostne says:

    love the new look, but liked the other one too. To weird I have that same headstone on the photo on my business cards,very strange, Dave

  2. Thank you so much, Dave! I really appreciate it. Actually the switch to the new theme was an accident. When WordPress unveiled their new Libretto theme, I was curious how it would look, and wanted to try the demo but mistakenly pressed activate instead. I tried switching back to Vertigo but the elaborate navigation system I had set up was now gone, and I can’t figure out how to restore it. So I thought I’d stick with Libretto at least for now. I like the larger photo sizes, but I do miss the creepy atmosphere of Vertigo!

    I really love the skull and crossbones on that gravestone, and I bet your business cards look awesome!

  3. dmglostne says:

    sometimes I have a hard time navagating around wordpress, I would like to get my pictures a little larger but don’t know how, I’m not to great with computers. What are you using for your photo shop or are you using one? i love all your back ground work lots of depth. Think I will be going to check out some stufff in worcester abandonded building on wall st

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