Sunlight, backroads, and my camera.
My name is Cynthia Jennings, and I’ve been photographing for a few years. My first interest was night photography. I then became passionate about documenting cemeteries. I’ve been to at least one cemetery in every county in the state of Georgia. That’s how this site got its name. My friend Rosalind, without a waiting a beat, said I should call it To Die for Images because of my focus on cemeteries.
While I still love cemeteries, I started traveling backroads during the pandemic solely looking for interesting structures to photograph. This blog is an attempt to share the cemeteries and structures I’ve photographed over the years.
My home base is Georgia, so most of what I will share is from the surrounding areas, but don’t be surprised if you see a non-Southern state shared.
Additionally, I like delving into public-domain books and finding old photos of places. Sometimes I am lucky and a building will still be standing. A lot of times this might be the only photo in existence of a place.
Featured on Historic Rural Churches of Georgia‘s website
I am not as active as I used to be, but you can find me on Findagrave, too.