I went down to southern Ontario for a few days in early January; the next few posts will reflect that. I paid a visit to Woodlawn Cemetery on one of those days. This is found in the city of Guelph, at the heart of Wellington County. When I took these shots, there wasn't much snow on the ground. It being shortly after Christmas, here and there I noticed Christmas wreaths at some of the tombstones.
The building here is near the entrance, housing the offices for the cemetery.
I carried on with my walk.
A memorial stone here includes a Union Jack beside it; the names of six soldiers who died overseas during World War One are inscribed on it.
The wreath we see here is here for a specific reason. The McCrae family plot is here, with the name on several stones. Inscribed on the flat stone we see here is the name of their most famous son, John McCrae, whose burial place is in Europe. McCrae served in World War One and wrote the poem in Flanders Fields.