I started with photography as a serious hobby about this time one year ago. I remember being so excited to see the first blossoms of Spring, and was, “oh so” ready to start taking pictures. I think my photography is coming along nicely, and I was just as excited today, to walk out the front door and see the first crocus of the season… looking forward to another great year! 🙂
Inside many family crypts at the cemetery, one can find some beautiful stained glass. As I peek through the iron gates to admire the colorful windows, somehow I feel like I am intruding. This Madonna staring back at me was quite disconcerting, yet tranquil.
Over the years we all move, some of us more than others. There is always that pesky change of address that needs to be processed. Good to know when one reaches the final resting place, it will be an address we won’t have to change again.
Mr. Kane is able to “view” his surroundings, while protected by a massive structure. This memorial gives new meaning to the word headstone!
The weather was a bit dreary this morning, but we were able to spend some time shooting at St. Agnes Cemetery in Menands, NY before the rain came. Late winter “provides” such grey surroundings, that I felt the need to make this photo a bit more dramatic with a wee bit of editing.