It's cool to visit famous people's graves, and to see the accumulation of offerings, but I like ordinary people's graves best. In Scotland, I'm most fond of graves that show the deceased's trade. The stone below was erected to the Society of Coachdrivers in Edinburgh, and shows a coach driving over a bridge. Edinburgh, of course, is a city built on hills and bridges between them.
I liked the looks of this unusual cut-out gravestone, commemorating an infant.
Adam Smith's grave.
Looking out the back of the kirkyard, you can see the Nelson Monument standing on Calton Hill.