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    That's an extraordinary image, Eirik.

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    Harper Cemetary, Harpers Ferry, WV
    Projection Petzval, 4x5 TMX

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    Historic Life Saving Service and "G" Ranch Cemetery, Point Reyes, CA:





    Every now and then, someone puts flowers on the gate of the mausoleum where the Stanfords are buried, Stanford University, CA.:

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    Speed Graphic and Balopticon 7" E.F. projection lens. Not quite the coverage but dig the look. 1/500 @ f/4.5ish. 30yr of expired Tri-x. The film is only 5 yrs younger than me!

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    Those frigid markers look ancient ... extremely weathered.

    A winter-time cemetery in Minnesota? Brrr.

    Glad you took your aging Tri-x there to be shot, not buried.

    (Drew's second shot above looks like a tree awaiting burial.)

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    Drew - what a coincidence. Not only do we have the same name, but I wasn't aware
    anyone else knew about the little cemetery at Pt Reyes- most people drive right past it. But frankly, it has driven me nuts trying to get a good angle, and I've typically ended up walking away with just some good detail shots of the trees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Wiley View Post
    Drew - what a coincidence. Not only do we have the same name, but I wasn't aware
    anyone else knew about the little cemetery at Pt Reyes- most people drive right past it. But frankly, it has driven me nuts trying to get a good angle, and I've typically ended up walking away with just some good detail shots of the trees.
    Infrared and cemeteries just seem to go well together.

    I guess I just do a better job of reading signs than most folks do. I didn't know it was there until I saw it on a sign while driving to another location, so I made a mental note to hit it on the way out.
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    Here's a shot at a nearby cemetery I like to photograph fairly often. This is the back of the chapel. There was some maintenance being done so the back door and bulkhead doors are open but it doesn't seem to be too distracting. The particulars:

    Omega 4x5 - 1:5.6 210mm Fujinon
    Ilford FP4+ in HC-110 Dil. B 9 min.

    Attachment 41141

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarryS View Post
    Harper Cemetary, Harpers Ferry, WV
    Projection Petzval, 4x5 TMX
    Barry: Nice.

    I guess I'm going to have to get a Petzval someday.

    Cheers. Bob G.
    Last edited by Ken Lee; 5-Feb-2011 at 05:11.
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    8x10 Hostilux @f22 115mm Grandagon N w/ center filter on paper neg, tripod

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