A little bit of snow isn't stopping me from exploring cemeteries! Well, it's more than a little bit of snow and it certainly does make it more difficult. All the flat headstones and small ones are covered which means you've gotta watch your step. But by golly, it's beautiful!
I have a ton more pictures from the same day but from another roll of film (which I'll be sharing another day) I had forgotten that I had 800 ISO film in the camera as opposed to the 400 ISO I like to shoot with. Because of that these turned out much grainier than I'd have liked. But luckily enough, something about it just works. I really adore the way they look. I feel like it gives off such a nice vibe.

xoxo

All of the photos above were taken with a Canon T2 and Fuji 35mm Superia X-TRA 800.


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36 Comments

  1. walking troght cemeterys wit snow...mm..have to try this feeling..

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  2. great pictures! it is beautiful!

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  3. These are absolutely wonderful! I agree with you that the grain just works - perfect.

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  4. Love these! They are hauntingly beautiful, peaceful, and serine. Definitely a happy "mistake"

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  5. Oh! I love cemeteries too and I haven't pictures from one under the snow! I love it!

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  6. It does look so beautiful in the snow. We've just had a lot here in the South West of England, I'm inspired to go to the local cemetery now.

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  7. Oh how absolutely lovely! I think the graininess does work super well for these pictures. I wish I would've thought to check out a cemetery when we got snow! Darn it!

    xomando

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  8. beautiful! these remind me of phantom of the opera.

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  9. I think your photos are great, but cemeteries really creep me out!

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  10. These are so beautiful. There's something so beautiful about snowy graveyards.

    Becky
    xx

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    wow these are beautiful photos. stunning!

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  12. I love these shots. Graveyards are so damn interesting to explore, I'm hoping the cold will let up so we can get outdoors more.

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  13. This first photo is hauntingly beautiful, the final shot, presumably of the same is lovely as well.

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  14. Its so lovely.

    Meg
    guppyandwhaleshark.blogspot.com

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  15. These photos are beautiful! We've hardly gotten any snow this winter up here by chicago, so these pictures make me a little jealous! haha

    ♥Brooke
    http://youreinbrookelynn.blogspot.com/

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  16. They're really beautiful photos. I love the first especially.

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  17. I think the 800 film works in this setting for sure! One of the prettiest things I can think of is an old cemetery covered in snow.

    xo
    cortnie

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  18. The cemetery photos look beautiful. I have never been in a cemetery before. It looks like an interesting place to visit, so many historial references to see and I imagine how quiet it must be.

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  19. Wow, beautiful pictures! I love the first one, it looks like she is wearing a cape of snow...

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  20. The pictures are beautiful. Very peaceful.

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  21. The snow seems to make the cemetery look even more hauntingly beautiful

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  22. I love how the statue of the woman looks like she's wearing a fur stole and hat!! How elegant ;)

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    1. Oh my goodness, I didn't even see it like that but yes totally! That's so neat.

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  23. This is so random, but these pictures remind me of this photo someone had shared with me: http://9gag.com/gag/6396557 - Snow Zombies!

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  24. These are so great. We've had a fair amount of snow in Boston recently - I should head to my favorite cemetery again for some wintry film photos.

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  25. I love shooting with 800 ISO... i love grain haha
    these are gorgeous
    I love the pale snow covering the tombs, dream like.

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  26. So beautiful! I am so jealous, it is far too hot where I am and even if it weren't it never snows like that!!

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  27. I adore cemetaries - and snow.

    Your photography is simply lovely : )

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  28. These photos are beautiful!
    Snow makes everything look better, I swear.

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  29. Quite beautiful, they are! The photos reflect a serene, quiet atmosphere-perfect for a cemetery.

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  30. These pictures are beautiful, I'm in love with the snow even though I had to walk through tonnes of it to get to work today gah!

    Alice x

    http://girl-in-ink.blogspot.co.uk/

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  31. Absolutely gorgeous. They almost look like paintings, especially the first one!

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  32. I think your photos turned out lovely, I agree the grain works really well with this subject matter. This is a lovely post, it reminds me of when I was younger. My best friend and I would go to cemeteries and read poetry, take photos, have pick nicks. We had found some beautiful tombs that always looked like no one visited them so we would place flowers or things there and commonly called them our crypt buddies. Sorry for my tangent. I hope you do more of these photos. :D

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