When I came across this scene I spent a few minutes just moving around to try and make everything line up. I don’t really like photographing cemeteries because I feel the images can look a bit cliché. This is not to say that I haven’t done this; there are two really old cemeteries in my city that have great architectural subjects. With this scene I really like the yellow against the monochrome of the landscape. I could see the bells from quite a distance away and as I got closer I was able to see the framing of the statue of Mary. I moved around to get the statue framed by the middle bell and then I needed to move some more to frame the bells themselves, which I did using the tree on the right.
Three image HDR processed in Photomatix and then edited in Lightroom, ISO250 31mm (18-55) with polarizer, f8.0, 1/400,
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