Sacred ~ New Orleans Funerary Grounds
Lulu.com, 2005 - Cemeteries - 120 pages
Sacred ~ New Orleans Funerary Grounds features over 150 original photographs from award winning photographer Elizabeth Huston. The historical cemeteries in New Orleans will enthrall you, as this city is home to some of the most amazing tributes, tombs and artifacts of any burial ground in the United States. The sheer beauty of these unique cemeteries, brilliantly captured by Mrs. Huston, will not only inspire you, but they promise to move you to think differently on the subject of death itself.
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