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    Re: Cemeteries

    A cemetery in Alaska, where blossoms wilt and crosses sink under winter snows.

    Then resurrect.

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    Here's one I took with a Darlot-Jamin on 8x10 film and printed on Centennial POP (when it existed...) . It is near a fairly busy road running by the local university and isn't a cemetery as much as a memorial of the death of of young woman.
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    Tombstones, Point Reyes Life Saving Station Cemetery



    My apologies for the large size but it make it easier to read the tombstones.

    This was first light on my new 120mm Nikkor Apo Macro AM-ED lens. Although it's not designed for this type of picture, I couldn't wait to use it. Scan of an 8x10 RC work print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgtaylor View Post
    Tombstones, Point Reyes Life Saving Station Cemetery

    My apologies for the large size but it make it easier to read the tombstones.

    This was first light on my new 120mm Nikkor Apo Macro AM-ED lens. Although it's not designed for this type of picture, I couldn't wait to use it. Scan of an 8x10 RC work print.
    Yes, I think we all do the same when we get new gear, just can't wait to use it, shoot anything and everything.
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    Last edited by Ken Lee; 5-Feb-2011 at 05:11.

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    Thanks David! The Lens did a fine job IMO.

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    This is the Church Street Cemetery in Mobile and the graves are of the many victims of the Yellow Fever Epidemics of the 18th & 19th centuries. The monument with the upside down torch is what caught my eye. Image taken with my 100 year old ROC 5x7Premo Pony #3 on TMY.

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    9-11-2010. Glenwood Cemetery. Houston, TX.



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    Re: Cemeteries

    Also posted in the Petzval thread:



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    Nice work Wayne.

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    Thank you Mike! I appreciate your kind words.
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