Getting back to nature… in a cemetery

I spend Saturday volunteering at the Bristol BioBlitz, an annual event that gets everyone involved to identify as many species as possible on a given site over the course of two days. This year’s venue was the historic Arnos Vale cemetery, a fascinating place that I have been meaning to visit for some time. While I was mainly there to take photos of the flora and fauna, I couldn’t help but try to capture the scale and gravity of the cemetery itself, too.

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2 thoughts on “Getting back to nature… in a cemetery

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