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    1. Dead Air 101 months ago | reply

      Powerful image.

    2. manyfires 101 months ago | reply

      YAY for pinhole. I love how the stone sweeps into the picture like a wave.

    3. Zeb Andrews 101 months ago | reply

      Great use of the pinhole Erik. Love this shot and the perspective. I see a return trip to the Lone Fir in my future. Thanks for the inspiration.

    4. cattycamehome 101 months ago | reply

      A stunner - I'm inspired too!

    5. Lala Lulu 101 months ago | reply

      wow, the braches of the tree are like delicate brush strokes!
      very nice pic!

    6. Stitch 101 months ago | reply

      really good, too good.

    7. DerrickT 101 months ago | reply

      Gorgeousness, indeed! :)

    8. ♥moorz84♥ 101 months ago | reply

      What a inspiring capture

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    9. julioc. 101 months ago | reply

      Congratulations! Your photo is a

    10. Sati Kobashi [deleted] 101 months ago | reply

      I like very much the subtle relation Autmun-Sunset-Death showed with beauty in this picture - including them as part of Life, what they really are.

    11. thestreak100 89 months ago | reply

      just curious, is that a handmade pinhole or a store bought pinhole? its an incredible picture either way! just beautiful

    12. ~carie~ 77 months ago | reply

      wow. there's just so many great things about this. love the perspective, the comp...and the lighting is just so cool.

    13. spotboslow 73 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Autumn in the Graveyard, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    14. art y fotos 36 months ago | reply

      l really like the coldness provided by the marble gravestone, and how that contrasts with the warmth of the sun and fall foliage.

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