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04-25-2010, 08:13 PM   #61
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The Camechis plot at the Oakland Cemetery in Tallahassee. Auto Takumar 55mm f1.8 'Zebra' and K200d.





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Various stones at the Oakland Cemetery in Tallahassee.


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Images of some of the graves around the above crypt.


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Is anyone at all creeped out by graveyards? The one closest to me is always deserted but, I love going there because it's so quiet. Call me strange but, I even stopped there for a bite to eat the other night because it's so peaceful. I bring this up because they just had a family on the news who got trapped in a cemetery,with their car, and were spooked silly, so much so that they called the police.

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QuoteOriginally posted by fractal Quote
Is anyone at all creeped out by graveyards? The one closest to me is always deserted but, I love going there because it's so quiet. Call me strange but, I even stopped there for a bite to eat the other night because it's so peaceful.
Ironically, the thing that would scar me in the old cemetery where the Crypt shot is from isn't the dead, but punks from the nearby neighborhood in Tallahassee known as "Frenchtown." As far as cemeteries in general go, I can't think of many even after dark that bothers me too much. There are some houses and old buildings on the other hand that can be unsettling.
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