Photo by Kris Graves themaniwasnt / I made a dash for Locust Grove, Virginia, to catch the dusk light on a peculiar remembrance, as part of a story on Confederate monuments. Located at Ellwood Manor is a stone inscribed with “Arm of Stonewall Jackson, May 3, 1863,” marking the location near Chancellorsville where Confederate General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson’s left arm, lost to a gunshot wound and subsequent amputation, was buried. Jackson died shortly thereafter from pneumonia, and his body lies over 100 miles away in Lexington, Virginia, where he lived. To see more of my work, please follow themaniwasnt and kgpnyc. Check out Nat Geo's link in bio for more on this story.