Can anyone tell me what the building is at this cemetery?
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One of my passions, and this may seem weird to you, is that of visiting cemeteries. I really don’t know what it is that lures me into these places but I have always felt very comfortable in cemeteries. Once I started doing photography the two just seemed to go together. I think that cemeteries can be very peaceful and have many beautiful scenes in them. I visit as many as I can and I constantly look for new ones to explore. Some are abandon and some are well maintained. When I’m in Pittsburgh one of my favorites is, of course, Allegheny Cemetery and recently I found the Homewood Cemetery. Tonights post covers several cemeteries around Western Pa. Such as St. Vincent Cemetery, Unity Cemetery, and Allegheny Cemetery. Hopefully you’ll see the beauty that I have found to be so peaceful.
As a photographer I often leave the house with a preconceived notion as to what I’m going to photograph. For me this is one of the hardest things to work around. Reason being, very often I don’t look at the many other photographic opportunities that are just around the corner. I know this is a problem, so lately I have been trying hard to work around this issue. So, yesterday I had the opportunity to take a ride through the mountains around my area. I wasn’t looking for anything in particular, just went for the ride and stopped and took a few photographs along the way. I found the day to be very rewarding and was able to get a few neat shots. I would appreciate any comments about the photos.