White on white, 6
The calendar led me to believe it might be warm; it was the third week of April, after all. It was not warm; it wasn’t even cool. So my day of photographing rural Michigan devolved into whatever I could shoot in brief forays from the car.
Fortunately, the caretaker’s shack at this cemetery was close by and I was able to get a few shots before my fingers got too cold to work the shutter release. (And, yes, I DID have gloves. But gloves that are really toasty in Texas are mostly just decorative in Michigan.)
This side of the building, the west, had a lot more peeling paint than the other sides. That, plus what I observed that day, make me think that harsh winds from the west occur with some degree of regularity. In that way, it was a lot like home.
Oak Grove Cemetery
Posted on April 28, 2013, in Cemetery, Photography and tagged 365 photo project, architecture, black and white photography, cemetery, manchester, manchester michigan, melinda green harvey, oak grove cemetery, one day one image, photo a day, photography. Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.