Tuesday, November 27, 2018

The Texture of New Orleans Cemeteries

There's something so enchanting about the texture of New Orleans cemeteries. Slowly eroded over the decades, these crumbling monasteries are so bizarrely beautiful. The humid weather, rainfall, and heat makes some beautiful textures on old stone. Every where a plant can find root, it grows. Cracks in marble make veins in tombs. Crumbling facades expose the brickwork beneath. I found myself focusing in on these details while exploring the local gravesites. 

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