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Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone (edition 2011)

by John Thomas Grant, Doug Keister (Foreword)

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Title:Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone
Authors:John Thomas Grant
Other authors:Doug Keister (Foreword)
Info:Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. (2011), Hardcover, 160 pages
Collections:Your library
Rating:*****
Tags:Cemeteries, Art, Photographs, Gravestones, Epitaphs, Graving

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Final Thoughts: Eternal Beauty in Stone by John Thomas Grant

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The stunning photography of John Thomas Grant is beautifully presented in this coffee table style book. I find myself drawn into each photograph, slowly savoring the details. Each photograph is perfectly complimented in text with old epitaphs. This will not be a quick read; it is a book to be enjoyed slowly. John's unique perspective gives all cemetery photographers something to aspire to. An excellent addition to any photo or cemetery book collection! A must see for cemetery lovers! ( )
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The story of life and death in America as told through beautiful cemetery art photography accompanied by meaningful epitaphs from cemeteries up to 300 years old. View 68 cemeteries in 224 beautiful photographs that breathe life into existence of those who have passed before us, and who are now enshrined for eternity in landscaped paradises. Within each placid scene and through heartfelt words displayed upon markers, join photographer John Thomas Grant in his one-of-a-kind study of an American tradition.

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