These were shot on Kodak TMAX 100 black & white film. I don't remember which camera I used, but I wish I had taken notes. Long exposures on a tripod and relatively poor lens quality caused the bright spots to "bloom" mysteriously, and the tight grain of the film makes the grays look creamy and silvery-smooth. Scanned from negatives. Aside from slight exposure & contrast correction, I did no digital manipulation to these shots. Subject is: Richmond VA's famous Hollywood Cemetery, built in the 1830s, one of America's first "garden cemeteries." The necropolis covers several acres of sprawling hills overlooking the river. Lots of Civil War dead are buried here.
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