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- Taken by
- John Post
- Explore score
- 0.20 Gigapixels
- Date added
- Apr 03, 2009
- Date taken
- Apr 02, 2009
This is my #2 image of the National Cemetary in Westwood, Los Angeles. The first internment here took place on May 22,1889. The 114.5 acre cemetary is now full.
On this day April 2 it was overcast and again as I stated in the image #1 description I coln't shoot the name side of the headstones without risking arrest or a fine, it is emphaticaly NOT Allowed! I also noticed that for some unexplained reason none of the namesides of the 85,160 grave markers ever gets the full sun. The sun never reaches a latitude high enough that allows its full light to reach the names, only the blank sides get sunlight, go figure?
Off in the distance you can find the groundskeepers cutting the lawn, a constant tesk.
GigaPan panorama made up of 90 images, 150 degree view, Olympus SP350, 8mp. ©John Post