Launching Pads

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Great PP you have done on these!! I like your title especially if you meant it the way I interpret it. I heard a preacher say once he was gonna be buried in a launch position.
 
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Great PP you have done on these!! I like your title especially if you meant it the way I interpret it. I heard a preacher say once he was gonna be buried in a launch position.

Thanks Alan ! I like what your preacher said. Funny you should say that too, I remember some discovery show that showed some ancient Mayan or Aztecs used to bury their rulers in the 'launch' position too, with stuff on him that looked like a space suit. :)

I meant by the title that this is not the end. A launching pad as opposed to a landing pad. :)))
 
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Great title Floyd, and some very interesting processing going on. Great clarity and depth in these shots too.

Thanks Peter. Appreciate that. Yea interesting in the processing because I'm still trying to get a handle on SEP. :smile:
 
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Hey, Floyd,

I love cemeteries! Such amazing places... families, memories, beautiful grounds, stunning words and thoughts. You've really captured such emotion in your shots. Reading the headstones is embraced by your shooting and processing, so respectful. Wonderful stuff!
 
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Doug, Thanks a lot ! I like cemeteries too. I've always been meaning to spend time there with a camera and I know I'll do it again.

Vinny, thanks man, appreciate it.
 
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