An unusual grave presentation for Hector John Sutherland at Crib Point Cemetery on the eastern side of the Mornington Peninsula.
To me, the seat seems older than the grave itself.
(Perhaps just old woods were used.)
But the wavy shape of the grave (no distinct border) seems to connect both seat and grave, inviting a sense of being together to whoever wishes to stay awhile.
And there are two layers of distinctly different stones??
But it was the cyclist image that really captured my interest (mainly because my son is riding South America's Andes Trail from the end of this month!)
In the 1950 Commonwealth Games cycling event in Auckland, New Zealand, Hector Sutherland won Australia's first gold medal in the individual 100km road race.
(Commonwealth Games cycling events were first held in 1934).
Spokes and turning wheels
Locked into history's gold