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Thursday, July 17, 2008

Project Black: Take Six

This little cemetery is around the corner from my house. Charlie and I walk past it all the time so I almost didn't see it as Project Black material! Today it hit me and I took several shots of the fence but I like this one best. Something about the repetition of it.

I know I've been remiss about visiting all the Project Black posts. Its been a hectic but fun-filled week with my sister visiting! But I am going to start my rounds now. See you soon.

Oh, and in the meantime, you can check out others. Just go to Anna Carson Photography for the links.


ellen b. said...

Very nice. I'd be walking in the cemetery too. I love to stroll through this type where the headstones are older and above ground...

Melli said...

WOW! I'd missed a lot of your PB's - the last one I was here for was Take 1! I looooove the piano! And fancy this - we both had wrought iron fencing! I'll take my bridge over the cemetery though... I'm not a cemetery person. *shakes head*

Willow said...

The black contrasts nicely with the white headstones and green grass. Well done!

Thanks for commenting on my Project Black paparazzi photo of my daughter. It's one of my favorites of her.

Where is Crystal Lake? I lived in Wheaton for a few years and before that my parents were in Waukegan.

Willow said...

OK, this is sooo weird! I was born and raised in Portland and returned there to live for several years before moving to SoCal!

Dorothy said...

Hello Willow,

It does seem like we have some overlapping locations in our lives. Crystal Lake is a far northwest suburb of Chicago. Wheaton is south and somewhat east of us, about an hour away. Waugekan is also about an hour from us, due east.

I lived in Portland for six years when my family moved there and I was a young adult. I met my husband there. He was born and raised in the Sandy, OR area.

Kim from Hiraeth said...

Hey! You beat me to it!

I saw another fence picture and thought I'd give it a try.

I think I still will.

Great pic.

Dorothy said...

Can't have too many fence pictures, Kim! Glad you like this one.

Raven said...

I like this. Interesting angle that guides the eye both to the cemetary and the street.