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Wolf Zitelmann

Posted by daniela scharnowski (Berlin, Germany) on 16 November 2011 in Lifestyle & Culture and Portfolio.

even more when processing these images from the cemetery than actually shooting them makes me think. What is left of you and your life after a hundred years? If there is only a name on a headstone, sometimes dates and a line. But does it somehow renders a life? Certainly not.

The shapes of their tombstones tell a lot about the taste and the dignity of the family. That is more than a single name can provide.

Pentax K-x 1/8 second F/4.0 ISO 400 23 mm

cemetery | southwest | stahnsdorf | berlin | 2011 | grief | history

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