Categories Photos things Urban down the beaten path Post author By Rian Post date May 19, 2009 24 Comments on down the beaten path ..i remember sitting down by that bench for 30+ minutes.. can’t remember why though.. Tags Trinity Cemetery, Trinity Church ← street view → crowded 24 replies on “down the beaten path” Amazing composition. Great mood… The line of the path really draws the eye through the frame. Good job! The mood of the cimetery comes over. Rest in peace. Great subject matter for Black and White. Great composition and shot! Amazing composition and perfect in b/w, Rian! The curved path is a very strong element in this picture. Fine black and white work. Love the composition, beautiful shot. Excellent composition, works really well in b&w… well done maybe you where resting your tired bones 😉 Great composition and framing! Kind of creepy and dark! it could be, but too much path… Works great in BW . Super framing ! The mood of the cimetery is very powerful. il est des chemins plus calmes que d’autres 😉 Cemeteries are for meditation, Rian…after you’ve looked at all the headstones! That’s why. Where is this? It looks like Boston, where Ben Franklin and Mother Goose are buried. Is there such a place in NY? Anyway… Nice shot. Love the old stones and the placement of the path was perfect. The BW conversion also suits this very well. I was there this spring/April and with all the bouncing new life of tulips and cherry blossoms, I can’t imagine seeing it this stark like you presented it. I guess cemeteries make people think about the meaning of life… Nice composition. Looks very old. I can see why you’d sit down there. It’s poignant. Looks ancient and kind of sad. A great spot to sit and think no wonder you were there for a long time! Love your angle Rian – and the curve – and that they seem to be turning to face the passer by … haha. that’s an old cemetary. wow. glad nobody’s walking down that path to visit me. agree with above about the compo and curve. wow this all looks/feels so ancient – i can see sitting here for 30 minutes and contemplating life and death and the path – great composition. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.