Annie responded with two photos for the topic “Ephemeral”.
In Philadelphia, she got a 15 foot cobra to “hood” briefly. Caught at a nearly ideal moment.
And a recent eclipse, “ephemeral” by definition. 300mm lens, just begging for a telescope. Astronomical viewing in Chicagoland always gets a lot of light pollution anyhoo.
Here’s Annie’s weekly photos (for oops last week):
As usual, all photos ©2014 Annette Park, and stuff.
Show us something that is lost, but not forgotten.
Gone, But Not Forgotten
For this challenge, Annie visited the cemetery where Al Capone is buried. Near Roosevelt & Wolf Rd, here in Chicagoland.
It is still visited daily, and as you can see, people still leave small memorial items in Al’s memory. Apparently being a mobster is your ticket to immortality. Who knew?
One of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre victims is buried in the same cemetery, but she couldn’t find it. It would provide a fun contrast, but probably needs too much explanation.
All photos by Annette Park ©2014 and all that rot.
And see how this works. This week’s challenge is ‘Descent’.
Photos by Annette Park, ©2014
(personally, I favor the first one–Dave)
Take the plunge!