Cyril and Methodius, the cemetery saints
A long time ago, I discovered a great atlas called The Roads of Texas that was published by Texas A&M University. It had large-scale maps of the entire state, and I used it until it literally fell apart. I’ve got a new version now, and use it often to scope out road trips*. In addition to having ALL the roads in the state, it details the sorts of things I like to look at.
And that’s how I found the Saints Cyril and Methodius Cemetery.
(In case you were wondering, the saints were brothers, born in Greece in 826 [or 827] and 815; in 1980, they were declared as co-patron saints of Europe. They are highly regarded by Roman Catholic and Orthodox Christians.)
And I – and now you, maybe – would never known any of this except that I saw the cemetery in the atlas.
near Buckholts, Texas
*I know – I’m old school like that with my paper maps.
Posted on December 2, 2017, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, back roads, black and white photography, cemetery, learning to see, Leica, melinda green harvey, monochrome, one day one image, photo a day, photography, postaday, rural texas, Saints Cyril and Methodius, texas, thoughtful seeing. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.