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04-13-2010, 12:20 AM   #31
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Can anyone tell me who this man is famous for?
The patriarch of True Blood

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Love the Bella Lugosi there Javier.....cool find! Thanks Mark and Robin on the last one I posted...I loved Jane's Addiction so I consider that high compliment!

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Yes Javier, only on film will those spirits appear that are strolling around there. Love your #3.

Wow this one got me George...excellent capture!!!
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I loved the symbolism of this one when I saw it...the little new tree growing on the old headstone...the flare made it look to me like she (the deceased)was sending her energy to make it grow. I've been nailed on the lens flare in a few comments in another post but IMO I think it is an essential part of the shot.
Death gives Life:

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I posted this one some months ago for another thread, but figure that it belongs here as well.


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Beautiful composition!
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I loved the symbolism of this one when I saw it...the little new tree growing on the old headstone...the flare made it look to me like she (the deceased)was sending her energy to make it grow. I've been nailed on the lens flare in a few comments in another post but IMO I think it is an essential part of the shot
Ahh yes, I remember this one. Great shot
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Some shots from yesterdays stroll.

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An old mission grave
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Rev. George MacDougall Headstone reads:
"The deceased was chairman of the Wesleyan Missions in the North-West.
He lost his way on the prairie about 40 miles east of this place on January 24 1876. His body was found on the 5th of the following month and interred here by his sorrowing family who have erected this tribute to his memory."
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Especially loving this one Fractal!

And this one Javier:

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