Spring in the Lexington Cemetery

The Henry Clay monument/mausoleum in the Lexington Cemetery.   (Yashica 12 TLR, Kodak Portra 400)

The Henry Clay monument/mausoleum in the Lexington Cemetery. (Yashica 12 TLR, Kodak Portra 400)

Spring in the Lexington Cemetery.   (Yashica 12 TLR, Kodak Portra 400)

Spring in the Lexington Cemetery. (Yashica 12 TLR, Kodak Portra 400)

Spring in the Lexington Cemetery.   (Yashica 12 TLR, Kodak Portra 400)

Spring in the Lexington Cemetery. (Yashica 12 TLR, Kodak Portra 400)

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2 thoughts on “Spring in the Lexington Cemetery

    1. kestersonn Post author

      Yes Jim, cemeteries can be fascinating to shoot in. If you haven’t been to the lexington cemetery, you’re missing out on a park-like setting. Many trees and plants are identified, the garden club plants tulips and other flowers, and the animal life is plentiful.

      Neil Kesterson Sent from my iPhone 6 (Mine’s from the future!!!)

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