Last month i had the opportunity to revisit this huge cemetery again. And the circumstances were quite extraordinary: It was phantastically cold with practically no wind and a bright winter sun that gave us a rather beautiful light. So on the one hand we had really good conditons to shoot some beautiful stuff, but on the other hand we gave up rather fast since we were chilled to the bone.
One thing though that really puts me off every time i visit this particular cemetery: There is Rhododendron everywhere! And i bloody hate that stuff..
Since this Cemetery is one of the largest in the world (if not the largest of them all if you consider the amount of space it occupies) you are allowed to travel by car. So this time it was -more or less- a drive by shooting....
The cemetery itself has -at least in my mind- a strange coldness about it. And i am not talking about the weather this time. The sculptures are very often made from sand stone and they tend to feel hard and harsh to the beholder and they don't intend to comfort the mourners in any way.
Well.. see for yourself:
Wednesday, 8 February 2017
Tuesday, 26 July 2016
It's about time to do a little update. We're getting around the Cemetery just nicely. I recon we're about halfway there....
So here we go:
So here we go:
Monday, 18 July 2016
It's about time to publish another one. And -as usual in this series- i will not bore you to death with a lengthy intro but get straight to the pictures:
Thursday, 30 June 2016
The sheer amount of pictures worthy for this blog we shot at this visit is still overwhelming. And at ths rate i'm posting them i won't be finished by 2018... Still complaining and nagging about it doesn't do the job. Continuing to post them will. So here's another batch: