Infrared Images

Infrared Images

My digital SLR camera, a Nikon D50, is able to detect infrared light. Using an infrared filter, I can take photographs of that light. Since infrared radiation is put out by heated objects, the resulting images tend to show the trees and grass brightly, but water and the sky is dark.

Thirteen Days of Halloween

Thirteen Days of Halloween

In honor of Halloween, I thought it would be fun to play a little game. For the 13 days leading up to it, I intend to post something that contains at least a whiff of the strange, bizarre, weird, haunting or macabre. Or at least the curious.

A few weeks ago, I visited the Eastwood Cemetery and took more photos.

My first Medford cemetery

My first Medford cemetery

A few months ago we moved to Medford, about fifteen miles north of Ashland. Naturally, I’ve been meaning to check out the cemeteries here but, being the procrastinator I am, I had not done so — until yesterday.

The silly thing is there’s a cemetery near here that I drive by nearly any time I’m out and about. I’m not talking about the Siskiyou Memorial Park* that I can easily see from the street (and which doesn’t interest me so much because, well, it’s a memorial park.) No, I’m talking about the Eastwood Cemetery.

Dear Maggie E.

Dear Maggie E.

Hi! I’m back. Did you miss me? Yeah, I didn’t think so.

File this post in the humongous category: Things I was wrong about.

Some time ago, I wrote a post where I misread a headstone. Well, today I tell you about another error I made in a cemetery.