Sunday, September 23, 2007

Flashing Lone Fir. I was experimenting Friday evening photographing graves in the cemetery with a large flash. I used my Koni-Omega with the wide angle and a Metz flash. I shot with Agfa 25 film. The pictures below are both graves of members of fraternal organizations. One is for a member of Woodmen of the World who had these very ornate tree trunk, or perhaps tree stump shaped gravestones that were very ornate and decorated with lots of natural features. There are several of these in the graveyard. The bottom one is a grave of an important Mason, 4 redwood trees were planted one at each corner of the grave. The picture at the top is this enigmatic grave of someone who died with a different name then the one he was born with. A metamorphosis.


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