A view of Forest Hill Cemtery on a late fall afternoon
Today's image is titled A view of Forest Hill Cemetery on a late fall afternoon and was photographed by Nadine Goff.
"One of the best places in Madison for taking a leisurely stroll though history," writes Goff in the caption to this photo taken on Tuesday in the large cemetery on the near west side of town. "On this day, however, I was also on a mission to take a photo of the newly installed gravestone for my Aunt Ginna," she continues. "Last month, 57 years after my Uncle Wally was killed in 'The Forgotten War,' she was laid to rest next to him."
Goff ruminated on the Korean War and the passage of time in early September, following up on her series of essays about Forest Hill Cemetery in the spring of 2006 parts one, two, and three. "Things change," she concludes. "Some things never change. And there's always something else to do...."
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