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Grave Photograph - Broken Grave by Mark Malitz

Broken Grave is a photograph by Mark Malitz which was uploaded on July 4th, 2014.

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Great capture of this old cemetery!!

Hauntingly beautiful!

Wonderful!

Beautiful composition!

Nicely presented. Great post processing!

Beautiful colors in this image

Wonderful but sad find- wonderfully presented!

Excellent tones !!!!

the mossy colors on the older stones are excellent

Very nice and peculiar gravestones. Wonderful story.

great find, well done! v

Love the view here with the cornfield in the background!

Great colors and contrast!

Well presented, fine tones

Great tones and contrast - love the intensity of the greens and composition.

Nice piece!

good capture

Excellent rural setting; great title.

This is fabulous!

lovely find and capture Mark; cemeteries are full of memories, and mysteries and proof that life continues on

Nice capture.

Wonderful work, Mark...unfortunately, I am visiting a cemetery all too frequently lately. They are such solemn places...reminders of all those souls who used to call earth their home.....f/v

Wonderful composition and capture! Great texture!

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