Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 08/16/2011


Photo taken on July 24, 2010



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Electric supply merely *provided* by the old-fashioned cemetery, not *generated* by the decomposition of its interred remains — I hope!

Electric supply merely *provided* by the old-fashioned cemetery, not *generated* by the decomposition of its interred remains — I hope!
I like this one, my photo instructor told me it's got an interesting juxtaposition between the oldtimes Grave Headstones and the powersockets on the big lightpole, and it calls to mind funny imagery of people coming down here to electric-shave, or to vacuum out their cars. It also gets me thinking about all the work it takes to keep the area ongoingly mowed.

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In Parkersburg, West Virginia, on July 24th, 2010, the Dils Cemetery, established in 1810, as viewed from the grounds of the "Anytime Touchless Car Wash" on the south side of Old 7th Street, opposite Harrison Avenue.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
GT3320 Cemeteries—United States—Pictorial works.
SB433.15 Lawns—United States—Pictorial works.
TK3521 Electric connectors—Pictorial works.
TH7970.L35 Lampposts—Pictorial works.
F249.P2 Parkersburg (W. Va.)—Pictorial works.

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