Camera Clicks – Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome GA July 10, 2020Camera, Thimble, Uncategorized#35mm, #35prime, #black&whitephoto, #ilovephotography, #myrtlehillcemetery, #nikon, #nikond3500, #nikonnofilter, #nikonusa, #photochallenge, #photographers, #photography, #romega, #romegoergiaCindyHeadPhotography I have so many thoughts about my visit here. 20,000 people are burried here. They started interning people here in 1857. Myrtle Hill Cemetery – Rome Visitors Bureau President Wilson’s In-laws Mrs Ellen Wilson is buried in this cemetery. I’ll look for her on my next visit. Babies I am barely halfway up… As far as the eye can see… Over looking downtown Rome…Mountain view. The Famous Clock Tower… We visited Selmans country store, this is a distant relative. Old stairs… This lady caught my eye, she was born in 1799 and died in 1881. She was the matriarch of her family. Her birth year was the oldest I saw during this visit.