Joseph Campbell in those Moyers interviews on PBS back in the early 90s, talked about a progression you can see in many U.S. cities. He spoke specifically about Salt Lake City. When the city was founded, the largest structure was the church. That building was then superseded by the city hall. And finally, both of these were dwarfed by a business building -- the temple of commerce.
This shot keys off that idea. It also fits -- in a big way -- my roadside memorial project. I worked this site, and this shot is the best. After walking around, I sat on a concrete bench to rest, looked up, and realized this was the best view. If you don't catch the meaning of the title, think about it.
As an aside, I find this type of cemetery depressing. If you are going to memorialize someone, do it with a real headstone. Not one of these that make it easy to mow over instead of around. I'm opting for a green burial. Just wrap me in a sheet, drop me in a nice meadow, and plant an tree (I'm still debating which species, but I'm leaning toward one of the new disease resistant American Chestnut, as part of the American Chestnut Restoration Project).
No stone required.