8.27.2010

Photo Story Friday..


I know what you're thinking..why is she photographing tombstones in a cemetary? Well for one I don't get creeped out by cemeteries easily..unless it's dark..then it's spookier..but also I don't find photographing tombstones of your family members as 'weird' at all. Some stones are absolutely striking. This one in particular belongs to my Great Uncle, he was a good man who loved International Harvesters and therefore had on put on his rock. Wow..very 'him'.

This is the back...he is dearly missed (R.I.P) but I know he's in a better place.

Dillon wondering where we were and what all these things were.

Thought this was an appropriate picture, this little concrete angel sits on a concrete bench..and my little sister say by it and leaned over on it, so I snapped a quick one

Lastly, we found a caterpillar hanging out..so I got a quick one of him too. This was my first visit to the cemetary in a while, glad I went.
;Hosted by Cecily and Lolli

6 Lovely Reader(s) Said:

Life with Kaishon said...

It has never bothered me either. Sometimes I don't like photographers taking pictures at actual funerals, but the gravesite doesn't bother me. Isn't it funny how all people are different though.

Natalie said...

Right! I think it's odd to photograph at a funeral as well, but I don't say it's 'terrible' because like you said, we are all different

Natalie said...

Right! I think it's odd to photograph at a funeral as well, but I don't say it's 'terrible' because like you said, we are all different

Tiaras said...

have never thought to take photos in a cemetery - perhaps I shall try

Natalie said...

I encourage experimenting with anything! You never know where you may find your most beautiful shots!

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

The caterpillar is very cool. The front of his tombstone also very cool.

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