Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Autumn at Elmwood

After dropping Anna off at work yesterday morning, I had some time before I would be able to get into the office, so I did what any normal person would do in that situation on a rainy morning...went to the cemetery. I had driven through Elmwood Cemetery, located in western Birmingham, briefly about five years ago and hadn't been back since. 

Since I wasn't planning on this little side trip, and wasn't in my own vehicle, I didn't have the camera I generally keep in the car. My only photographic device was my iPhone, so I was glad to have already experimented with it at the Wheeler Wildlife Refuge on Friday.

Aside from Elmwood being a really old cemetery, and thus having some nifty monuments and tombstones, it also has some really large old trees that are currently holding and shedding some vibrant foliage.

Other posts involving the photographing of cemeteries include: Greenwood Cemetery Vol. I and Vol. II, and Johnson Cemetery in the Sipsey Wilderness.

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