Young artist paints Sacre-Coeur from the ancient Rue Norvins in Paris. By Edward Clark, 1946. [from @History_Pics]
"What to say about cemeteries other than they are peaceful on first glance, but below the surface lie the remnants of those who long before we existed built worlds, set them afire, and built them up again. This makes the hallowed grounds ideal for contemplation, reflection, a sense of historical perspective, and, occasionally, album cover art."