Sun 20-Jan-13 05:07 AM | edited Fri 18-Jan-13 04:34 AM by elcee
Still processing photos from last week's anniversary trip to Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. This image was taken leaning over the wall at the Santa María Magdalena de Pazzis Cemetery, established in 1863. The gates were locked and I didn't feel like hopping into the graveyard.
(I left in a few poles; one served some purpose, and I didn't think it should be removed for accurate capture's sake. The other poles I overlooked )
Larry I thought it was a Puerto Ricon cemetery I did not realize that they had Poles there! I like your exposure and the Alvarez monument leads you into the scene. But I must admit that the one leaning pole keeps drawing my eye and if it were me I would extract it even, if it is not historically accurate. Alvarez must have been quite wealthy to have such nice artwork on the plot. Do you know nay more about them?
Larry I had only meant the pole in the middle, but I guess if you are taking one out, you might as well take out them all. I think it is much better, and I never noticed the halos and still can't see them even at 200%.