Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Sepia Scenes #69: "I See MORE Dead People"


"They're Everywhere"
Wake Forest, NC - October 2009 (Click to embiggen)

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10 comments:

Daryl said...

Interesting, while not a fan of sepia, I think this works tho personally I'd have gone with b/w

SandyCarlson said...

The ones who remembered to lie down.

Patti said...

Haha!
I guess they are everywhere. I keep driving by cemeteries around here (in Connecticut).

Ralph and I have even visited a few on tours.
It's always interesting to learn some local history.

Marice said...

awww :(

awarewriter said...

The gravediggers put the sod on brown side up -- oops. LOL Nice shot. Your conservative use of sepia works quite well on this one.

Ralph said...

The headstones look great in sepia. I can't say why, but the rocks seem to give off more of a warm glow, the sadness perhaps a bit less due to the light monochrome

moorebloglife said...

very CrEEpY looking!

Nishant said...

The ones who remembered to lie down.

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Kimmie said...

I like this effect, it does make it look rather creepy but it works. I am a fan of photographing cemetaries also. There is just something about them that becons me.
Great shot Mojo. :)

Sistertex said...

Very much an art form as proven here. So many times color takes away from the subject at hand. I do think without it the subjects take own a bit more life and set the mood themselves.
Very nice.