Carrying on with this walk through Woodlawn Cemetery in Guelph, the place was quite peaceful.
There is a mausoleum at the heart of the cemetery. It was locked, but I was able to get a shot through the front door glass.
I carried on with my walk.
Small American flags at a family plot drew my eye. The family would have come to Canada at some point in the 1970s. The father was a veteran of World War Two.
His son, bearing his name, served in the Vietnam War, and died a few years after that war had ended.
I kept walking.
This rather unusual stone with a cat carved into the back drew my eye.
For today I leave off with this view.