After recovering from cancer surgery in late 2019, I started the work of trying to build a freelance graphic design business. Which is when the covid pandemic started. My work was drying up and we as a global community were facing an impending lockdown.
So I got in my car and went on a cemetery tour of upstate New York.
Albany Rural Cemetery is HUGE - when you reach what feels like the end, it just seems to keep expanding. Paterson's grave is a straight shot from the entrance. Up the hill, past the tree line, keep going straight and you'll find it. This day had a penetratingly harsh sun, made taking pictures difficult. The sun was not my friend that day.
Interestingly, he was originally buried in his son-in-law's family vault, but his body was moved to this site in 1845. And it feels like it. He's sort of grafted on to someone else's gravestone here.
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