Too young to mourn ..

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  1. Lensmeister

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    This young girl was visiting the crematorium on a Sunday. She looked so alone in there so I shot very much from a distance not wanting to intrude. She was so young and it just brought home the fact that life is so unpredictable.

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    Hi, well I like the picture a great deal, it tells a sad story, and the mono conversion goes well with it. I am not usually a great lover of monochrome, being 70, I am inclined to think it old fasioned, but thats me, but it does suit this one nicely. Ernie
     
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    no matter the age, there is something humbling about a person mourning... i have no idea why it draws me, but it does....this is a good shot...and respectful...
     
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    It makes us equal. The hardest person feels saddness sometimes to. It's a time when everyone can relate to one another.

    I like the soft tones and focus in the photo.
     
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    Good picture, nicely framed. It does create a saddness. You didn't by chance read the inscription? The headstone looks unusual.
     

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