gravestone in an unnamed cemetery (Marietta, Ga).
(The reason for the title is that I have never seen graves in such disrepair in my life – the whole place was a mess – it was so sad that these folks buried here have totally been forgotten.)
Edited with Corel PSP4
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  • Marcelle Raphael
    Marcelle Raphaelover 2 years ago

    ooooo… cool and creeky!

    by the way, couldn’t find the duck. lol

  • LOL!!! That made me actually laugh out loud.
    Thanks for the “cool and creepy” – er, creaky.

    – Scott Mitchell

  • Denise Abé
    Denise Abéover 2 years ago

    great work :) xxx

  • Danke! Thank you so much, Denise, my dear! xx

    – Scott Mitchell

  • Rebecca Reist
    Rebecca Reistover 2 years ago

    Very cool!

  • Thanks so much, Bekah. I love shooting in a cemetery.

    – Scott Mitchell

  • Marcelle Raphael
    Marcelle Raphaelover 2 years ago

    Oh, dang… CREEPY is what I meant to say. :)

  • and I knew that. LMAO. :-)))

    – Scott Mitchell

  • OH! You said “dang”! You so southern! LOL (i am too! :giggle snort:)

    – Scott Mitchell

  • missmoneypenny
    missmoneypennyover 2 years ago

    It is – very sad. Beautifully and sensitively portrayed Scott

  • Thank you Chris. This did make me so sad.

    – Scott Mitchell

  • Julie  White
    Julie Whiteover 2 years ago

    Superb work.

  • Many thanks, Julie! x

    – Scott Mitchell

  • luvnature
    luvnatureover 2 years ago

    :(

  • :)

    – Scott Mitchell

  • Theodore Kemp
    Theodore Kempover 2 years ago

    that’s a cool effect or post production look….Reminds me of something like Civil war era … !

  • Well the cemetery actually IS from the Civil War era, but it wasnt this worn and weathered, that is pp work. Thanks again, Theodore, and thanks for all the faves and wonderful comments!

    – Scott Mitchell

  • patcheah
    patcheahover 2 years ago

    Superb capture and treatment. It is sad to see a cemetery in this state .
    Like the mood,eerie and spooky.

  • Malcolm Heberle
    Malcolm Heberle11 months ago

    Great post production

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