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Beauty of the Boneyards

Folklore, movies, music, and literature often simplify cemeteries as creepy and sinister “boneyards;” places the living should avoid. A visit to one can certainly invoke an ominous feeling but cemeteries can embody so much more. Many of these sacred places … Continue reading

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The Family Portrait

The family portrait has been a popular genre of photography since its very beginning. First captured in daguerreotypes, early family portraits required the subjects to sit posed and completely motionless in a studio for an uncomfortably long period of time. … Continue reading Continue reading

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