Saturday, 17 January 2009

Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh










9 comments:

C.S. Perry said...

That must be one, super-bad-ass camera.
Great shots.

Dale said...

Wow. I love the surgical-mask-of-snow one.

Jacqui said...

They are all great but the fourth one in particular is amazing; I actually did a double take for it looks as though the figure sleeping is real.

Jacqui said...

I meant to say, the camera is clearly outstanding however, a great camera with a crap photographer won't produce great photos. A greatcamera with a photographer who has a keen eye for what makes a great shot, not to mention a vivid imagination, will set minds alight. Your camera my dear, is fortunate to be owned by one very gifted lady and my mind is alight! Keep posting!

B.G. said...

every picture reminds me of me :)

Purest Green said...

Thanks for zee comments! If I didn't have JP in my life I think I would have started sleeping with my camera by now.

Dale - it's not snow. It's actually Jesus' face slowly being eaten away by weather damage.

nervous bear said...

I believe that in the apocrypha Mary warns Jesus to moisturise more often. Judging from the body language of the stone figures, eternity is not as much fun as it's cracked up to be. Wonderfully framed pictures. Just as in film and in writing, it's all about where you set the camera. You always had a talent for framing, though, and now you have the camera that your talent deserves.

Small Boat Sails into Big Mystery said...

Hmm, I thought it was snow, too. Well, regarding nervous bear's insightful comment, i am going to trust that eternity is not much fun if you're a statue but it's no problem if you are jesus, and hence no problem for the rest of us either, as we are just temporary residents of the statues we call our bodies. Not to say we shouldn't enjoy the pleasures (and suffer the discomforts) these bodies present us...

Marcheline said...

Beautiful pics - just beautiful.