Decided to shoot a roll at Greenwood Memorial Lawn Cemetery in honor of Memorial Day. I limited myself to one roll, one camera and no portraits. I wanted to do the type of stuff I don't usually do and try to do it well. Shooting for emotional content as well was interesting. I wanted each shot, even if it didn't have a headstone in it to seem sad and to communicate loss. I hope I did alright. Sneaking up on the bird was verrrry difficult but I think paid off.This photo was shot on film. Taken by bcartwright with an Eximus Wide and Slim loaded with Ilford XP2 400 (35mm) film in Phoenix, United States. These tags describe this photo: headstones, graves, sadness, cemetery, wide angle, ultra wide, contrasty, high contrast, c41, black and white, quiet, and arizona. Date: 2011-05-29. Time: Afternoon. This photo can also be found in the album A Cemetery Explored.
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