A few weeks ago I wanted to take a photo of an old Colonial-era house across the street from a cemetery in Wethersfield. The flags framed the house nicely.
After I took the shot, I looked down and discovered that I had been standing at the grave of Richard Keane, a Wethersfield insurance executive who was in the World Trade Center when two airplanes crashed into them on September 11, 2001.
All reports indicate that Richard Keane was a very good man brought too soon to an end that he didn't deserve. Here is a link to a story about him. (There is also a larger memorial, but I thought the modest stone in the ground better suited what I have read about Mr. Keane.)
This post is linked to Taphophile Tragics.