Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sepia Scenes: Beyond The Grave


14 comments:

Annie said...

Hi Heidi. I very much like your contribution to Sepia Scenes this week. Not only is it perfect with the graveyard scene, but the perspective is compelling too as it drags the eye into the distance.

boliyou said...

That's a very dramatic shot. Where was it taken?

kaye said...

Heidi that is an amazing shot. I love your perspective. The title has deep meaning for me since I believe that we exist beyond the grave. I love how the eye is drawn past the grave markers to the Holy Temple of God. Nicely done.

Mar said...

Fantastic perspective, very creative shot!!

Janae S said...

I had no idea the Manti Temple(?) overlooked a graveyard. Awesome photo.

Gunsside said...

Very creative picture, i like it !!

Mimi said...

It certainly points to the good life after the grave!

Mikabella said...

Great pic!

Hootin' Anni said...

Wow....a very impressive photo effect with the color tone!!

Lisa @ Boondock Ramblings said...

Wow! That is very cool. Where is that at?

maryt/theteach said...

Heidi, I love sepia with a little of the color (green grass in this case) left! Nice job! Happy Sepia Scenes! :)

carol said...

That picture is so awesome! I love it. And I agree with Kaye, the perspective of the picture goes far beyond the grave. Maybe I will try the same shot when I go back. I also love your haunted picture on the previous post. Very spooky, indeed! I'd love to get involved with the picture posting. Is this the same thing your mother does? I guess I better get more information. It looks like fun and a very creative outlet.

Our blogs are not updating. I didn't know that until this morning when your mom told me. If you get it figured out, let me know. I wondered why no one was visiting my blog.... it felt pretty lonely.

Honey Mommy said...

What a great photo! Is that the Manti temple? I lived in Logan for a couple of years, and I don't remember there being a cemetary that close to the Logan temple.

♥Jacqueline Toy♥ said...

Love this pic!