..a graveyard headstone (or sculpture?) for four people (Jesse Isaac Enoch, David Jacob Noah, ?, ?) that looks like a totem pole..
..too bad this was closed when we went there, but it was still a good photo op.. 🙂
Lafayette No. One is known as the “Anne Rice Cemetery” to many, because the author has set a number of scenes from both her “Mayfair Witches” and “Vampire” novels there. When the movie “Interview With The Vampire” was filmed, the production company constructed a plywood “tomb” in an empty corner of the cemetery because a normal tomb was obviously too small to shoot Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise sitting inside it! (from cities of the dead (dot) net)
..view this in mono..
..and while i’m at it, why not do a series on the financial district?
..here’s a massive tombstone(?) at the trinity church cemetery