I recently got home from a family vacation near Tobermory, ON. At one point during the trip I more-or-less accidentally stumbled into Dunk's Bay Cemetery, located just meters away from a surprisingly diminutive public beach. I've wandered about my share of these sorts of small country graveyards, and they tend to all blur together after a while. But there was something surprisingly idiosyncratic about Dunk's Bay Cemetery. Many of the graves were adorned with lawn ornaments (like the plastic gargoyle in the first shot in the slideshow above) and garden flag stands that were hung with various trinkets and religious items (5th image in the slideshow). Maybe these kind of grave decorations are commonplace, but this is the first time I've ever seen such a thing in a cemetery before. Certainly the most moving grave I stumbled across belonged to a 7 year old child, and was adorned with toys and little ceramic angles. The 3rd and 4th images in the slideshow above are detail shots from that particular grave. I've visited a number of cemeteries in my travels, many of them far older and more picturesque than Dunk's Bay Cemetery, but most of those visits were less affecting, for whatever reason. The place felt haunted. Enjoy!