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  1. This is a small cemetery in our city is perched on a hilly site. My job is to show its landscape features and details.The special kitchy aspect cannot be neglected and belong to the range of human dreams. I used several lenses and here I can only show those taken with the Nocticron on the Olympus EM 5 MKII, The landscapes in colour and will be shown on a separate thread.
  2. Wroclaw (Breslau), Poland, Jewish cemetery , Olympus EM 5 with Nocticron 43 mm This cemetery is quite an abandoned place where just a first attempt of cleaning and weeding gives the sight free of its former beauty. It can be seen that future will probably rouse more interest in this almost forgotten part of history. We enjoyed the trnaquil atmosphere which made us almost meditate.
  3. Duisburg, Landscape Park North. This location is so full of potential that one can spend their days shooting with different light and subjects. This time we started with wideangle aspects first. We were drawn to its surreal aspects. Leica Q
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    Waverley Cemetery

    Hardster, MarkP and myself did a bit of a late afternoon photowalk around Waverley Cemetery back in May. Here's a thread to share some images from what proved a nice opportunity to meet some forum members and to enjoy a glorious still Winter sunset. A little bit on Waverley Cemetery itself... It's located on cliffs just South of Bronte beach in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs looking East across the Pacific Ocean. The Cemetery has always been a 'private' self-funded one raising income from burial/maintenance fees, so tends to have some grander gravestones, statues, crypts etc. dating right back t
  5. When being in Prague, the synagogues and the central Jewish Cemetery are well worth being payed a visit. Interesting and full of emotions these places are. I saw this man sitting there and a moment of thoughtful meditation was felt being spread over the place. Olympus EM5 with Nocticron
  6. it was getting dark quickly but I took some time for this last shot of my trip to the big cemetery. MKII with Summicron 50 mm
  7. In the cemetery at St Mary's Church, Purton in Wiltshire. X-Vario.
  8. From the album: Richard's Favourite Ex-Q's

    High Wycombe from Cemetery Hill

    © Useink! Richard Baiklock

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