This cemetery photo is 100% chilling. I’m not saying it’s haunted, but it definitely gives off some vibes. But it’s also 100% stunning. Now that’s the mark of a great photographer and this photo will be a great, quirky addition to your collection.
Lafayette Cemetery No. 2 was founded in the early 1850s as a municipal cemetery. Divided into four quadrants, the cemetery is dominated by the tombs of more than twenty societies dedicated to causes ranging from organized labor, French and German benevolent organizations, and social aid and pleasure clubs.
Location: Lafayette Cemetery No. 2, New Orleans, LA
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Josh Justice is a Michigan-based photographer who does anything but basic photography. Check out his Instagram @joshjusticephotography to see the all of amazing concert, boudoir, burlesque, urbex, nature, wedding, quirky, and spooky photoshoots he’s done. He often does events for Detroit’s Metro Times, is a two-time Best of Detroit winner for photography, and is a participating artist in the 2022 Dirty Show in Detroit. More importantly than all this photography mumbo jumbo, he’s also an amateur burrito eater because no one will pay him. Yet. But stay tuned, because things are always changing for him.