Excited...

Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by Tyjax, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. Tyjax

    Tyjax TPF Noob!

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    Spent 3 hours composing and taking snaps in the historic cemetery I will be living in after my honeymoon. I am really looking forward to developing and posting them. I know I dont have a "General Photo Q or A" I just had to post. I cant wait. *Impatiently checks bank balance for developing funds*
     
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    does anyone else find this a bit.....odd?

    severe goth streak?

    HI TYJAX!

    when do we get to see the snaps?
     
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    Yes, I was wondering the same thing! Who the heck lives in a cemetary?! :D

    Anyway, very cool, Tyjax! Keep up the excitement!
     
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    living in a cemetary? ... cool, thats somthing the hubby and i would do 8)


    make sure u post those photos :)
     
  5. MDowdey

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    the only people i know that live in a cemetary are dead as hell....


    tyjax, do you see dead people?


    md
     
  6. Tyjax

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    Weelllll, Perhaps I over stated. I will be living in a house that is about 30 feet from an ancient (1807-current,) 26 acre, 35,000 corpse, cemetery. The house is sitting on what used to be cemetery only the cemetery was going bankrupt so they sold off peices that became property with houses. I dont beleive there are any burials right where we live but I can look out the front window and hit tombstones with rocks. Or my camera.
     

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