Showing posts with label Mount Wollaston Cemetery. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mount Wollaston Cemetery. Show all posts

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Shaded In Color

These colorful branches drape graves at Mount Wollaston Cemetery.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Autumn's Soft Edges

Mount Wollaston Cemetery is beginning it's autumn show.  I really like how the grey bark of this mature maple tree renders with a little post-processing.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Splendor at Mt. Wollaston

Autumn is a beautiful time to take a cemetery stroll. The trees don't have to compete with each other for light so we get to see them in all their autumn splendor. I will share a few others in days to come.

Monday, May 31, 2010


Today's post, from Mount Wollaston Cemetery, was taken in the quiet of the dawn, in honor of the soldiers who gave their lives for our country.

Monday, September 07, 2009

Labor Day

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I discovered this beautiful bronze relief on the side of a monument in the Mount Wollaston Cemetery. The monument is inscribed with the following: "The International HCB&C Laborers' Union of America to D. D'Alessandro". After doing a little research, I learned that D.D'Alessandro was a AFL leader for "hod carriers" in 1920, and had an office listed at 25 School Street.

Quincy has had a history of supporting labor unions that goes back to their inception in the late 1800s.

See other black and white images from around the world at the home of Monochrome Monday.