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Owen D. Riley
09-JUN-2006

Owen D. Riley

Carrollton, Texas

October 18, 1847 - July 14, 1888

There is a small historical cemetery right next door to my house. There are only a few graves, most of them from the late 1800's. Periodically, I like to go wander around or sit in the cemetery. I hadn't been in a while, so I took a walk with the camera. I noticed the addition of this small marker and flag next to one of the stones. Judging from the fading on the flag, it has been there for several months.

I couldn't decide which version I liked best, so I posted both. Here's the other one:

Canon PowerShot S50
1/50s f/5.0 at 7.1mm iso50 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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Jason Anderson16-May-2007 02:36
Have to echo everyone else, I think this a case where the subject and treatment fit each other perfectly!
Adrian Reilly19-Jun-2006 23:28
this is just awesome in sepia. add a vote
TimA15-Jun-2006 00:00
A special find. Very well captured Scott.
J. Scott Coile11-Jun-2006 21:06
Fabulous detail and toning Scott... vOtE ;)
Char11-Jun-2006 19:43
This is a wonderful picture Scott! v
Bob Floyd11-Jun-2006 14:00
Very good, sir. Very well framed and exposed. One of your best. V.
Winter2711-Jun-2006 12:45
That is excellent. Really a special shot.
De'Carr Studio11-Jun-2006 12:26
Like the toned b/w best. Great still life. Vote
Jola Dziubinska11-Jun-2006 11:08
Very good in sepia, well done.
laine8211-Jun-2006 08:23
I haven't looked at the coloured one & though it's probably very nice I think the sepia version belongs with this version. Good work Scott.