I am always amazed at the efforts of volunteers who amass huge collections of transcriptions or photographs of genealogy resources. I recently encountered a web site with more than 60,000 photographs of tombstones in New Brunswick, Canada. Most of the photographs are of Acadian cemeteries or cemeteries where some Acadians are buried.
Hector Boudreau, his wife Jeanita (nee LeBlanc), and Francis LeBlanc of Moncton, New Brunswick, are the photographers. Lucie LeBlanc Consentino then assembled the photographs and published them on a web site.
Lucie is also the RootsWeb Administrator for the Acadian-French-Canadian Mailing List. Fifteen volunteers from that mailing list are now indexing all of the tombstones shown on the site.
NOTE: You can find more information about that mailing list at http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/intl/CAN/ACADIAN-FRENCH-CANADIAN.html.
To see this huge Acadian genealogy resource, look at http://www.acadian-cemeteries.acadian-home.org/frames.html.
Thousands of Acadian genealogists, myself included, owe a big "thank you" to Lucie LeBlanc Consentino, Hector Boudreau, Jeanita (LeBlanc) Boudreau, Francis LeBlanc, and all the indexers.