Photographer's Note

This is another shot of that overgrown cemetery that I posted a few days ago. This one was shot about 5 feet closer in a portrait format. The technical data on development can be found in my previous posting. This film was scanned, dust spotted, curved, and tritoned with my signature toning colors.

On a side note, this garveyard is full of mulberry trees. As this is a Jewish cemetery, I wonder if there is an significance to the trees or if they are prominent as a coincidence. If anyone knows, please enlighten me on the subject. The trees are dropping there berries now. I am going to take a basket and collect some before my trip. They make an excellent cordial. If this would be a social error, that would be nice to know too. In addition to the mullberry trees I have found numerous grape or muscadine vines with immature berries as well. I hope they leave them intact if they trim back the overgrown sections. A picture of grapes growing on a weathered headstone would be beyond groovy.

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