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Death & Life

Posted by
Anita (West Nottingham, Pennsylvania, United States) on 14 November 2019 in Cityscape & Urban.

Mount Moriah Cemetery, Philadelphia, PA
Cemetery was established in 1855 and comprises 200 acres. Maintained exclusively by volunteers.

OLYMPUS E-M5MarkII 1/15 second F/22.0 ISO 200 95 mm

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sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

so aptly named and so beautifully photographed

your processing superb for this

14 Nov 2019 9:38pm

Harry from Apex, NC, United States

very nice processing, though I am not crazy about the border. It is also fine composition to include the distant buildings that echo the shape of the monuments.

15 Nov 2019 2:05am

@Harry: Thanks for comment, Harry. I also appreciate your thought on the border. It is good to get feedback on what doesn't work.

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

A timeless moment for sure . . a statement just as much as an image.

15 Nov 2019 6:29am

Anne from France

Un traitement intéressant

15 Nov 2019 8:14am

David from Bryn Mawr, United States

Great atmospherics and composition. Could lightening it slightly bring in more contrast to make the depth easier to detect? And I agree about the border. Add this one to your portfolio of mystery book covers -- and retire on the royalties!

15 Nov 2019 12:11pm

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

The processing makes this look very old. The border looks like some old glass photo frames I have that have a border much like that printed inside the glass. I thought in this case, it added to the vintage look.

16 Nov 2019 1:00am

OLYMPUS E-M5MarkII
1/15 second
F/22.0
ISO 200
95 mm

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