A couple days ago I was headed from one appointment to another and because I was running early I decided to stop off at Lone Fir Cemetery. It is a 19th century cemetery that is on that National Register of Historic Places. There are over 25,000 graves in Lone Fir but the occupants of over 10,000 are unknown due to poor record keeping and a lack of maintenance over the years. Many notable people are buried here, the doctor who is the namesake of Hawthorne Street, multiple mayors of Portland, governors, court justices, US representatives, and a number of notable artists. Today it is a beautiful place and because it is open to the public many people stroll the paths and use the cemetery as a shortcut. Fortunately most people are respectful and vandalism isn't a big problem, I would hate to see access limited in the future.
Fujifilm X-E2, Fuji 35/f1.4R
35mm, f1.4, 1/280 sec @ 200 ISO