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On my birthday this year I took a hike out in the woods, and at a certain juncture I stood atop a cliff jutting out over an inlet with a cool breeze blowing off from the water. It seems like a perfectly ordinary experience, but I found it to be a nearly perfect moment of tranquility. The thing that bothers me that there is no way for me to properly encapsulate my subjective experience in either words or pictures. Any attempt to do so will automatically lose something in translation due to other people not having the same frame of reference or mental state.

It's so inconvenient that human beings can't psychically broadcast their thoughts. :/
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  • Drinking: Oolong tea

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dufashots Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014  Professional Photographer
Thankyou so much for the fav!!
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margatt Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014
You have quite a collection of photos from many different cemeteries.  I can’t say which one(s) are my favourites…  there are too many.  However, from the cemeteries you have visited, which are your top 3 for photography?
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seeker-of-revelation Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
 I tend to think that complexes of multiple cemeteries which bleed into one another yield more interesting finds just by virtue of variety and scale. In Baltimore there are a bunch of graveyards clustered in the southwestern part of the city (New Cathedral, Loudon Park, Baltimore National, Western, and Mt. Olivet), in New York City there's another group in Queens (Mt. Lebanon, The Evergreens, Cypress Hill, St. Johns, Knollwood Park, Trinity, Mt. Judah, national, Mt. Hope, Lutheran All Faiths, New Calvary, Mt. Zion, Linden Hill). Most big cities have areas like that, and it pays to study maps and find where they are.
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superdeformedchibi Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Professional Artisan Crafter
Happy Birthday (sorry so late)!
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seeker-of-revelation Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
 Well, the thought's more important than trivialities of timing anyhow. Appreciate it! :D
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