Tree and Gravestones (BW version)

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    Kate and I decided to take a drive west today. It was rainy, but that can make for interesting pictures. We hadn't seen anything promising when I glanced at this cemetary as we drove by. With the fog and the old monuments, I figured there might be something interesting and I was right. As we drove around this very small graveyard, we both spotted this exact composition. After we saw it on the LCD, we both had the same, "this is very cool" reaction. I hope you all agree.

    By the way, the fog got so bad that we decided it wasn't terribly safe to continue. But this picture's worth the effort.

    I thought I'd try it in monochrome too.
    Here's the color version
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    Near Shabbona, Illinois along US 30

    December 31, 2006
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    1. Dania Hurley 99 months ago | reply

      It is very cool indeed.

    2. SutraTwo 99 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous, gorgeous light.

    3. ddurbin123 99 months ago | reply

      awesome shot

    4. דָּנִיֵּאל 99 months ago | reply

      "Yes, this is very cool" :) In monochrome. Definitely.

    5. wateronbluesky 99 months ago | reply

      Wow great shot with the fog.

    6. Ideas_R_Bulletproof 99 months ago | reply

      great capture!!....... very much eerie!!......... the fog makes it even more spooky!

    7. Jamie Mink 90 months ago | reply

      Killer shot, as if taken from Night of the Living Dead itself.

    8. nancyn 73 months ago | reply

      Where is the ghost? That's all this picture needs.

    9. BoyPhoto 53 months ago | reply

      Love the composition and B&W treatment. Well spotted and great shot!

    10. Mickey B. Photography 30 months ago | reply

      Wow.... this is awesome. Works very well in B&W!

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