A man poses in a location that we've seen throughout this collection. However, this shot is especially useful because it reveals what looks to be a headstone at the left edge of the frame. It appears that this grassy locale is actually the edge of a cemetery, and perhaps it has some relation to the St. Andrew's-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church. In any case, we're curious about why Mr. Trefry chose to photograph so many of his subjects, especially men, in this particular location. Got any guesses?