Another great afternoon for snow and shadows! Harlan and I explored Bellefonte Cemetery, where a lot of Pennsylvania governors are buried, as well as some important professors and science people. We were there for about an hour, wandering around. I love old cemeteries, and this one has a lot of cool artwork and iron fences. It’s also interesting for being on the hill, because the remnants of old carriage lanes are still there (grown over) and the current driving lane is right up against the tombstones, which face the road instead of being along it facing perpendicularly. You’re literally driving over the bodies. Fun times!
Anyway, I got some lovely shots there. The new 1880-style, tintype-ish lens on Hipstamatic is fantastic for cemetery shots (less for portraits, it does weird things with eyes).