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Novinger Cemetery
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Novinger is a little town in Missouri that is an example of the melting pot populations strung across our great Country. If you walk this cemetery, you see nationalities from all parts of the globe. I find it interesting that people from so many countries settle in a little river town in Missouri. Perhaps they didn't get along the best in life, but they now rest peacefully together in this cemetery. Let's hope anyway.

You can read more about Novinger here if you so desire.

I tried to give this an old time flavor. One for the B/W Challenge.


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09/05/13 4:42 PM GMT
Cemeteries always fascinate me because of some of their histories and stories! .. ..

A marvelous piece here mate..good angle on the shot, and a doozy of post-workings!

Lyn may give you a cookie for this one!
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"Never stop photographing. It is very likely that your best photograph has not yet been captured"
09/05/13 4:45 PM GMT
Perfect choice in B&W....r.
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“Always borrow money from a pessimist. He won’t expect it back.”
09/05/13 5:25 PM GMT
I can think of no other subject more adequate for B&W presentation, dear SOT.
Plus I do appreciate your narrative very much.
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With all my love and respect, Marzena
09/05/13 6:37 PM GMT
Wonderful words, Tick. I agree completely with you. Nice shot and good luck, my friend.
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09/05/13 9:32 PM GMT
I bet it is lovely when the leaves and grass are at their summer colors. The black and white underscore the metaphor of the living and the dead. All is good, Tick.
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09/05/13 9:34 PM GMT
It certainly looks like an old B/W photo Teck. You have given it that effect perfectly.
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Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.
09/05/13 10:35 PM GMT
I think you did a great job Tick; you definitely achieved what you set out for. Good luck.
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09/05/13 10:44 PM GMT
America the melting pot , just like my country Australia. A process that is ongoing and not always trouble free.
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09/06/13 1:03 AM GMT
Tick this is a splendid challenge entry, I do like your editing on this one, good job! Tigz♥ =^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
09/06/13 1:10 AM GMT
This does have a definite old time look to it Tick - really good entry for the challenge.
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. . . "What a desolate place would be a world without a flower! It would be a face without a smile, a feast without a welcome." A.J. Balfour
09/06/13 1:39 AM GMT
You made a good job of it, Tick. I rarely ever pass up cemeteries in my travels. There's always something interesting. Sometimes stories, unusual markers etc.
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09/06/13 8:35 PM GMT
The B&W and the fence give this image an old fashioned feel and it should do well in The Challenge.
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"Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people." W.C. Fields. So I bet you'll go over to see My Gallery.
09/06/13 11:06 PM GMT
What a historical place and that was a super link, love reading history. Love the treatment of this showing us years gone by.
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Have a Beautiful Bright Day, Skates
09/07/13 11:37 AM GMT
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09/07/13 12:58 AM GMT
I like the vintage look to this, Tick.
Dan and I also find cemeteries very interesting they are full of history . Great challenge entry.

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09/07/13 2:34 PM GMT
A very timeless look achieved here Tick - great work!!

Bob suggested I give you a cookie but I think it deserves two!
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My thanks to all who leave comments for my work and to those of you who like one enough to make it a favourite. To touch just one person that way makes each image worthwhile. . . . . . . . . .. . . . "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" ~ Marcel Proust
09/15/13 1:05 AM GMT
A great perspective and post work treatment of the photo Tick. Nice contrasts in the scene. From reading the link I suspect there are more people on the other side of that fence then there are on this side.
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Sometimes the appropriate response to reality is to go insane. -- Philip K. Dick, Valis

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