When I was a kid in Boston, we'd regularly see the graves of Revolutionary War heroes, such as John Hancock and Sam Adams, and it helped to instill in me an appreciation for history and those that paved the paths we now walk. These photos are a somewhat random collection of shots I've taken of the graves of the western pioneers; those who came to California by wagon train to start a new life in a new land. (A couple of the graves are newer than that, but were worthy of inclusion for other reasons). Oh, and it's set to original music.
The locations are: St. Teresa of Avila Church, Bodega, CA, Evergreen Cemetery, Santa Cruz, CA, Valley of the Moon, Glen Ellen, CA, Carmel Mission, Carmel, CA, Joshua Tree National Park, Twentynine Palms, CA, San Ramon Chapel Cemetery, Santa Barbara County, CA, Pioneer Cemetery, Portland, OR, Pioneer Cemetery, Watsonville, CA, Oak Hill Cemetery, San Jose, CA, Madronia Cemetery, Saratoga, CA
Monday, April 23, 2012
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
Santa Cruz is full of quirky characters, and Richard C. Linnemeyer, creator of political art cars, is a prime example. Here Richard talk about his creation of the Revivolution Party, and the Chongo for President Campaign.