On our way out to the vineyard yesterday, we passed by a small church on the hill. After the tree ceremony, we drove back to take a closer look.
The Zena church was built 1859 and was named after two sisters. Local folklore claims that the church and it's grounds are haunted, partly because the doors open to the west instead or the east, the sunrise.
I have a couple of photographers that I follow on the Internet. One in particular, Trey Ratcliff, had this beautiful photo of a cemetary, and I have been on the lookout ever since.