Beverly National Cemetery

Discussion in 'Landscapes, Architecture, and Cityscapes' started by LizBug, Apr 3, 2007.

  1. LizBug

    LizBug

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    Mar 3, 2006
    Atco,NJ
    i just last week got my drivers license and have been enjoying being able to get to places to do photography.
    i have passed Beverly National Cemetery since i was about 5 every time we went and visited family. so the first stop after getting my license was this cemetery. its a military cemetery. it has soldiers from back in the revolutionary war. a lot of history here. it was incredible. so here are a few shots i got. C&C ALWAYS WELCOME
    -Liz
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  2. I'm not into cemetery images but these are very well done. I especially like the superimposed flag image, very good geometric angles. Great job Liz.
     
  3. LizBug

    LizBug

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    Mar 3, 2006
    Atco,NJ
    thanks for taking the time to comment seafox. i appreciate it
     
  4. These are some powerful images. I enjoyed your series.
     
  5. Cemeteries are my hobby..

    I like number 5 .. if I was there, I'd crop the trees, so it's gonna be sea of tombstones .. try scrolling the page, can you see what I mean ?
    also #7, there's a wreath on the left...I'd take a closer pict at it ..

    Nice images ! I wish I could visit the place ..
     
  6. ffemt128

    ffemt128 Guest

    Very nice. Those tombstones represent the service men and women who have unselfishly served this fine country we call home.

    Thank you for sharing.
     
  7. gadgetguy11

    gadgetguy11

    Nov 16, 2005
    Kentucky
    Great images, Liz. I love the superimposed flag - that is a wonderful tribute to America's finest!

    Very creative series!
     
  8. LizBug

    LizBug

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    Mar 3, 2006
    Atco,NJ
    thanks you victor!
     
  9. LizBug

    LizBug

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    Mar 3, 2006
    Atco,NJ
    thanks Karel yup i agree with number 5. ill have to crop it and repost it. and i had noticed the wreath on #7..but wasn't sure if i should take it out. its nice to have someone else's opinion. thanks for taking the time to help me get better!
     
  10. LizBug

    LizBug

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    Mar 3, 2006
    Atco,NJ
    Thanks Doug. standing at the cemetery was incredible! just knowing that all of these men and women were people who had given up there life to serve our country. pretty awesome.
     
  11. LizBug

    LizBug

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    Mar 3, 2006
    Atco,NJ
    thank you so much John!:smile:
     
  12. biggstr6

    biggstr6

    Apr 26, 2005
    Richmond,Va
    # 5 Stood out to me over the rest immediately , THe sepia works for It Too.

    I also agree about shooting the tombstone with the wreath in a sea of other tombstones without ,might be a good shot.
     
  13. LizBug

    LizBug

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    Mar 3, 2006
    Atco,NJ
    thanks briggs. i will post a picture of number 7 i think it is without the wreath a little later. but here is the crop Karel suggested. i really like it. thanks for the advice!:smile:
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