This photo was taken on January 5, 2012, at 2:41 p.m. in Monroe, Ga. I was exploring the back roads of Monroe with my cohort Joeff Davis. We were walking through a cemetery. During our search, we came upon two men digging the grave of a 1-year-old who had recently passed away. Even before the dozer had pierced the earth, the boy's loss had been memorialized in a patch of bright white sand, with various action figures and a plastic firetruck next to photos of him. The air was still and silent and the men worked with stone-faced diligence. In this photo, Francisco Hernandez flattens the the dirt of the six-foot-deep hole in preparation for the casket's imminent descent.
The Ferris Wheel sounds really neat, particularly the 18 story height.
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Actually this will be OVERGROUND - 18 stories in fact. Pay attention!
"crossing boundaries in their own traditional territories."
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OK Oy, I'll try to keep…