repurposed cemetery

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Neil and I took a drive yesterday and found this little overgrown cemetery. Turns out, it’s Old St. Paul’s in Wooburn and the local parish has given the old cemetery a new purpose: it is now a butterfly conservation area. It’s clearly managed, but beautifully overgrown. We will visit again in the spring and you can bet I’ll be taking pictures.
I’ve only sent two shots up to flickr so far, but I’ll probably upload a couple more from this set later. No butterflies due to the time of year, but I did catch a couple of snails hanging around…

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  1. Thanks! šŸ˜€
    I’m beginning to use my new Canon EOS 350D. It’s intimidating and wonderful. I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that there is still a bit of Photoshop fiddling, but I must say that this new camera is fantastic even on it’s own. Stunning quality.

    I learned an interesting tip recently: I don’t upload full size pictures to flickr, rather, I tend to offer a max of 1024. I’d been saving down using “Save for Web”, which in turn saves through Imageready. Imageready strips out the EXIF data. If you save to JPEG using “Save As” in Photoshop instead, it retains the EXIF data and thereby uploads that information to flickr. I always wondered why I never had my camera model displayed on the sidebar of my photos!

    ADD moment… time for bed. šŸ˜‰

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