Youngstown, OH - June 2014
Howff Cemetery, Dundee Scotland June 2014
This cemetery was given the right to burial in the mid 1500’s by Queen Victoria - gravestones here dated from 1549 (the earliest I saw while there) to the late 1700’s.
It is a small, iron-rod fence enclosed sanctuary tucked away quietly between buildings here in Dundee. Beautiful, and a bit solemn - and the perfect place for some picture-taking. I plan on going back to get a few more shots in the following days. I’m not much of a photographer, but I try.
After a foray out into the city this morning with Mike and Marilyn for a cup of coffee to start the day with, we paused on our walk back to meander through this lovely little cemetery. I didn’t have my camera with me, but took these with the Instagram application on my Cellphone. Sadly, I have no cell service here, so they wouldn’t send via the phone, but I uploaded them to my netbook and then here for you all to see.
Sofie Buck. Whole plate tintype. © Ed Ross 2014
I relate to this on levels.