Serenity Project June – A Graveyard Wander

June 19, 2019  •  Leave a Comment

Now I may be alone in this opinion but I don’t think that there is anywhere more tranquil and serene than a graveyard on a warm and sunny day and that’s exactly where I headed a couple of weeks ago with my camera.

This particular graveyard sits in the grounds of a ruined church, nature is taking over and on this particular visit I was drawn to the long grasses blowing in the wind and the flowers that are growing wild.

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All of this month’s images were taken with the vintage Helios 44-2 on my Fuji X-T20, I know I keep saying this but I’m really enjoying this combination!
 


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