On humans, and their rituals of remembrance (photos of a cemetery).

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Martin.au
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Re: On humans, and their rituals of remembrance (photos of a cemetery).
In reply to Bob Tullis, 6 months ago

Bob Tullis wrote:

Rather fascinating. I've spent a little time in cemeteries, but not quite with this theme in mind. Though I have threatened to start documenting garbage on the streets and on hiking trails, but I never put the two together.

I had more of a theme of grief and entropy in mind when I've visited the cemetery on this day.

And nicely executed. I especially like the ivy covered statues and the graves on the hill.

I'm probably not seeing this one in the way it was intended, but this brings to mind defiant anger [shrug]

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