|Mausoleum in the Brandywine and Wilmington Cemetery|
|Sleet scene from Brandywine and Wilmington Cemetery|
|David Bromberg's violin business, Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware|
|Snowing on the dog (and robin!)|
|Scene from Wilmington's Cathedral Cemetery|
I needed to get some lunch so I headed over to the area where Cathedral and Silverbrook Cemeteries are located, a couple three miles west of downtown Wilmington. Plenty of fast food joints (and bathrooms!) over there. Cathedral is a much more interesting place to me, having quite a bit more statues and ornate mausoleums than Silverbrook (which appears to be newer and simpler). I always seem to notice some new odd detail whenever I’m in Cathedral, like the "Little Sisters of the Poor" plot, an extraordinary zinc monument and this odd car lot across the street – why the cross in the name? Bizarre.
In all, it was a very productive day. I headed home with images I could post on BOTH my “Cemeteries in the Rain” AND “Cemeteries in the Snow” Facebook Group pages from the same day’s photo shoot! So while I don’t look forward to my next auto repair, I at least know that when I return, there will always be interesting things to do in Wilmington.