The Importance of Being Ernest

Film expired since March 1980.

I went to a cemetary and I noticed that the grave on the left has the Name, Date of birth and death of the deceased written on top as usual. However, on the bottom it has "NADA" written in caps. Nada means "nothing" in portuguese and I thought it was rather odd that someone would have that written on their grave. I had my Kodak Brownie Reflex Synchro with me at the time so I took a shot!

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3 Comments

  1. cycliste
    cycliste ·

    Wow, it makes you think.

  2. knipsomat
    knipsomat ·

    Hmm... Maybe he wanted no epitaph written on his tomb.

  3. carlota_nonnumquam
    carlota_nonnumquam ·

    @knipsomat My boyfriend was with me at the time I shot the photo and he said exactly the same thing! Maybe that's it, his tombstone was also different from all the others in the graveyard, all the others had religious symbols like the one on the right but his doesn't