Staglieno Cemetery, Genoa, Italy. This is the grave of Italino Iacomelli, a child dead 16 August 1925 five years old, victim of a mad killer while it played in the publics garden with its hoop. Its mother already was died. The father, Donatello Iacomelli (1889/1976) has been buried in this grave where the mother rests also.
I think Ophelia's funeral should be set when it's still light outside, like in the afternoon. I like how this is set in the woods as well. Hamlet & Horatio could hide behind when of these many trees when people start coming.
A child's grave. Mary Wigglesworth. Mt Auburn Cemetery. Cradle holds an infant's name and date of birth/death, carved upon a stone pillow. "toward the back of the cemetery... away from Mount Auburn Street." KarenMarleneLarsen on flickr