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We see many crosses in our travels. As the roots of Christian faith run deep in New Mexico, this is hardly surprising. In addition to symbolizing Christ…

On May 2, 1915, John McCrae??s close friend and former student Alexis Helmer was killed by a German shell. That evening, in the absence of a Chaplain, John…

Walking around three cemeteries on a Sunday afternoon isn't my normal idea of fun, but I was given a link to a photo contest sponsored by a group of cemetery…

….We went shopping in Sandbach..Home of two 9th century Saxon Crosses, it was quite a dull grey day so I did a little jiggery pokery with PSE to give then a…

Bluebonnets in our area are peaking now and early blooms are drying out. With rain in the forecast this was probably the last sunny for a few days and with it…

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I was on my way home from Bible study this evening when I drove past these crosses. I thought they looked pretty cool illuminated in the night, so I did a…

These are from the natural cemetery in Socorro, a.k.a. our back yard. No landscaping, just the dead in repose amongst the creosote and cactus. The sense of…
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