Documentary Greenlawn Cemetery

gryphon1911

All-Pro
Feb 6, 2015
Central Ohio, USA
Andrew
While on the same road as my former Greenlawn Abbey images, they are not operated by the same groups.

Combination of Olympus EM5 Mk2 and Fuji X100T(#9/#10) images:

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C.H Hayden Front View by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

2 - mausoleum details (a)
Rusty Iron Door - Lock - Chain in B&W by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

3 - mausoleum details (b)
Mausoleum Gate Features by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

4 - mausoleum details (c)
Symbol in the Mausoleum Gates by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

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Walcutt Structure by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

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1981 Mausoleum Door by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

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Packard Mausoleum by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

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Resting By The Mausoleum by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

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Statue With Anchor by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr

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Volcanic Rock Arch by Andrew Livelsberger, on Flickr
 

gryphon1911

All-Pro
Feb 6, 2015
Central Ohio, USA
Andrew
What lovely grounds.
Indeed. So peaceful, well maintained. The cemetery was officially named Greenlawn in 1848, but has quite a few older markers and headstones. The oldest one I found during my short few hours there was 1790. I have to do some more research and find out what it was called previous to its current name.
 

Bart J D

Veteran
Nov 11, 2019
I find it hard to beat Silver Efex or DxO FilmPack for b&w conversions.

Wonderful series, by the way.

Went back with my Fuji gear the other day.

Shot everything in RAW and processed in CaptureOne 20

Still not happy with the monochrome conversions....more practice it seems is needed.

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