On my way back from a trip to Myakka State Park, I noticed an unusual structure that was associated with a cemetery. I spotted a great photo opportunity for repeat patterns! Sarasota National Cemetery is a 295-acre United States National Cemetery Administered by the United States Veteran Affairs. It was the sixth national cemetery developed in Florida and is expected to hold more than ten burials per day for the next ten years as World War II and Korean veterans die.
I was impressed by the precision of the headstones which lent itself to interesting repetitive patterns. I loved the contrast of the headstones and the beautiful blue sky but I also like the photo in black and white.