A young boy walks with a watering can into Waverley Cemetery.
Sydney, Australia, 1998
[From the BBC News Archive]
Wales, 1965, Gelatin silver print
From the Welsh Miners series
[From the Museum of Contemporary Photography]
“And then there stole into my fancy, like a rich musical note, the thought of what sweet rest there must be in the grave.”
- Edgar Allan Poe, The Pit & The Pendulum.
Golden lads & girls all must
As chimney sweepers, come to dust.
- Shakespeare, Cymbeline.