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  1. Andraste

    Andraste TPF Noob!

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    Hey all,

    Just went out and took a few new shots lately in Graceland Cemetery, Chicago, IL. Here's one of them (^:

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    Thanks for lookin' ;)

    Take care :thumbup: ​
     
  2. Lensmeister

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    Nice image and tone ... maybe a little straighening of the image could be helpful.

    Love it though


    Thanks for sharing :)
     
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    Nice pic. Isn't that one of the Chicago cemeteries that's said to be haunted? It sounds familiar.
     
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    Cool shot. Just needs a tad straighten:D
    Really dig the look to this one. The flower pot adds an extra umph to it as well.
     
  5. Andraste

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    lol Yeah it is a little lopsided, I know. (^: But I like the shot anyway. I have a couple other pics that need a little fixing, just haven't gotten around to it yet ^^

    Thanks all for the comments!

    And WNK - Yes that cemetery is haunted. There's a statue in local legend that's supposed to come to life during thunderstorms at night. Inez Clarke (here's a pic if you're curious (^: http://i200.photobucket.com/albums/aa61/Ghosthunter07/PrincetonEtc243.jpg)

    Otherwise her spirit's said to wander the grounds as well.

    Also, if you're curious about any other local haunts, check out the website www.aghostpage.com

    It's the main page to the paranormal group I'm a case manager of lol. Interesting stuff.

    Anywayz thanks again for the comments! Take care all
     
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    Thats a cool statue. Hope you post more from your cemetery walk. Looks like an interesting place.
     
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    I like the door image very much (but agree it needs straightening). The little potted plant placed in front of the locked door really tugs at the heartstrings.
     
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    I like it. But like everyone else said, it needs to be straightened out.
    Wouldn't it be neat if you got a picture of it when the sun was setting? So that the trees casted eerie shadows across the door?
     
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    ooh i really like the look and feel of this one. Make me wanna go out and visit a cemetery. Good job!
     
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    little crooked but well well done.
     

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