Albumen-print-processed photos add to photog Jon Woodhams cemetery gallery

Thought this was a great vintage series my photog friend Jon Woodhams is working on featuring Albumen-print-processed photos of children’s statues in an old cemetery.

You can check out this series on CRATED as well as his other beautiful still life imagery.

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“A poignant marker for a beloved child at Memphis’s famed Elmwood Cemetery. The inscription below the cherub reads “Our Little Mary.” Processed to resemble albumen prints from the Victorian era. Established in 1852, Elmwood Cemetery is the oldest cemetery in Memphis. It is an example of a rural garden cemetery.”

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