Cemeteries are fascinating places. Plots of land where, traditionally, humans bury the dead, they sometimes serve as places that almost exist out of time, preserving a record of the people who lived in the adjoining communities going back to the first settling of the area by humanity.  Often quiet, well-tended but also protected and largely devoid of people, cemeteries sometimes serve as areas that straddle the developed and natural world.  In that capacity, they can be home to a