Lagoon and Trees, Metairie Cemetery
In Metairie Cemetery, live oak trees festooned with Spanish moss, and, originally, a series of lagoons created a picturesque garden of the dead in the manner of the influential Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris.
|Courtesy of||The Historic New Orleans Collection|
|Date||Between 1938 and 1975|
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