Twins

Uploaded: May 02, 2003

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Prospect Hill York, PA

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May 02, 2003

WOW!! This is really very beautiful! I am a fool for sepia. Is it wierd shooting in a cemetary? I am considering it myself. #33290

Carl D. Miller May 26, 2019

Thanks very much Rachelle! I love sepia myself. I almost always shoot in color and end up converting most of my cemetary shots to B&W or sepia in PS since it seems to add so much to the mood. I'm glad you see the beauty in this as I tend to look at an (older) cemetary as a kind of sculptural garden thats' filled with pieces art. As far as shooting in cemetaries goes, I myself find it very relaxing. You may feel funny the first time or two but mostly its' really peaceful with rarely anyone else around. I'm always a little amazed at how at ease I feel anymore in a cemetary. You should definately do it, then post some shots! #91076

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