This week’s photo trip lead me to a cemetery, Oak Hill in Taylorville, Illinois to be specific. I stopped at a couple different locations in the cemetery and shot a couple different things, but this specific mausoleum stood out. The (what I assume were) once shiny copper doors are now a brilliant turquoise color, and fairly ornate when compared to the other mausoleums in the cemetery. There was also an artificial rose placed on the handle of one of the doors (no I did not put it there), which really caught my eye. It was very cool looking, and as I have said before I like old, run down, and aged things… I don’t know why that stuff fascinates me, but it does. The title of today’s image is the name on the mausoleum.