Ohio, part three: burying ground

Part the last. The direct morning light was too bright for the film in my camera.

Speaking of film, I am about an hour from catching my train to my plane to California for Christmas break, and I have my flatbed scanner (the one that scans negatives) in my one piece of luggage, the carry-on...haha. I don't want to pay other people to scan my film for me when I have my own, and it's not like I can wait three weeks to see what my developed negatives are OF.














6 comments:

Heidi 12/16/2010 3:19 PM  

What a beautiful cemetery!

Jenica 12/16/2010 5:02 PM  

The first two are breathtaking.

Bridey 12/16/2010 7:55 PM  

I love the third photo

Holly 12/17/2010 4:59 PM  

Heidi - Isn't it? I knew when I saw it that I would have to return with a camera. We don't have cemeteries like this in the Bay Area.

Jenica - Thank you! I think if it were evening rather than morning light, the gravestone shadows would start to look creepy.

Bridey - Thank you. :)

Shokoofeh 12/18/2010 11:24 AM  

Beautiful photos, Holly!

Holly 12/18/2010 2:09 PM  

Shokoofeh - Thank you! New places are so inspiring, aren't they?

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