Not as Macabre as one might think.
I am not able to name the cemeteries I photographed but know one is simply the gate from Yerkes Cemetery in Northville, Michigan. I believe the other two at the top of the crosses are from a cemetery somewhere around the Traverse City area in Michigan. All the others were taken in a cemetery in or around Calumet, Michigan. Two of the figures looked terrible the last time I was up and took these shots. Here’s an example from years before in black and white.
7 thoughts on “Cemetery Photographs in the Fall”
Gorgeous! We’re not getting the color change in the trees yet, not in OH, so this is wonderful to see. Also, I love cemeteries. Is that creepy? I think they’re beautiful and I like to imagine about everyone I see.
The colors are not that great this year in Michigan for some reason. Must be the weather. I have always been fascinated with old cemeteries I think from the Roger Corman movies I saw as a child. He could really set the mood.:)
I read several articles that it’s related to climate change. That it’s been going on for awhile, and especially noticeable this year with changes in temperature, rainfall, insect and animal migration… a lot of stuff that I hope is circumstantial
Lovely photos! They remind me of a cemetery not far from where I live.
Thank you! Michigan has many cemeteries. I used to go with friends to a “haunted one” out in the country many years ago. 😉
Great photos! Also, Night of the Living Dead ( the original) is one of my favorite movies✨
Thanks. It’s still a classic but really hate the ending. 😉