Yes, I enjoy going. I like to lay on the grass above my loved one, as if I was lying on them or something. It makes me feel closer to them for a while, in a strange sort of way I suppose. It sounds a lot weirder in writing than it does in my head lol.
Yes.Sure.I like dead people.They had all the worries and concerns you and I have now but they got to leave so now they are in their own garden.I like to take pictures in cemeteries and see if I can get "orbs".I generally like quiet,also. And the stones can be real works of art.
Yes. I enjoy the "architecture" of the headstones, tombs, and mausoleums. It is interesting to "read the history" of a town by the cemetery. You can tell who the founders were, when the 1919 pandemic struck, and who were the veterans. Occasionally you can find a Centenarian (someone who lived to 100) and then work back to envision how the world had changed during their life time. I also like the interesting name combinations. My favorite is "August Winter."
A cemetery is holy ground for some..They also tell a story. So, for some, cemeteries are interesting, while for others it is a place of sadness. I believe it is the living we need to take care of, but the dead we remember. I like the old cemeteries because much info is given on the people who passed..You can learn to respect the hardships they came from losing many young babies and children from the black death etc..Many lived short lives and many fought in the wars. There is a story for each one. Modern cemeteries are not as informative but do offer comfort for some in remembering their loved ones.