S. Heiner fine art photography
Look at a lot of cemetery stones, you'll see some unintentional figures; look at a lot more, you'll see some well-defined ones. Still, some of these images feel as if they've been crafted, feel as if they're more than the result of probabilities, which is where many people land when they contemplate existence in general, i.e., that life feels like more than the result of probabilities. How poetic, then, that life's end is sometimes marked with a stone that elicits that same feeling.