This is an old cemetery in Farmers Branch, Texas. This is what I wrote about it on Flickr in 2011:
Sunday after church I asked my husband to take me to the rose garden for some photography. The roses were not in bloom yet, but there were violets and other small flowers around. Well, the infernal wind is back so I just could not get any good shots with petals swirling around! I was just about to get in the car when I saw the cemetery next door, framed by the fleur-de-lis fence. I quick snapped off a shot, too lazy to get closer (which is what I would normally do). I'm so glad I took this from a distance. Used the Aged Photo preset in Lighroom which seemed to capture the mood I was after.
This is the oldest Cemetery in Dallas County. Keenan Cemetery was established on November 11, 1843, when Thomas and Sarah Keenan, two of the area's first settlers, buried their infant son John Keenan. The Cemetery contains approximately 3 acres and has three Texas State Historical Markers. Also buried in the Cemetery are military veterans of every War from the War of 1812 through the Vietnam conflict, including both Union and Confederate veterans of the Civil War.
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