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New Orleans Photograph - Fenced In by Cheri Randolph

Fenced In is a photograph by Cheri Randolph which was uploaded on July 11th, 2012.

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First Star Art, Many thanks for featuring "Fenced In" in your group, Gothic Romance.

Christopher, Thanks for your feature of "Fenced In" in the group Haunted Places.

Rebecca, thanks for the feature of "Fenced In" in the Graveyards & Cemeteries Group.

Chris, Thanks for visiting and commenting.

Kaye, Thanks so much for your nice compliment and your V/F as well.

nice,well done

Fantastic b&W, Cheri. Your detail and contrast are superb. V&F

wonderful capture and B/W!! V/F!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Cheryl, thanks for commenting. I did enjoy playing with the B&W textures. I appreciate the V/F!

Fantastic feel to this in New Orleans! Great work!

Cheri Randolph replied:

Joan, thanks for your comment. It is very much a 'ghostly' New Orleans place.

Amazing history! I love that fence and that roof sprouting plant life

Cheri Randolph replied:

Nina, thanks. It's typical of this cemetery - all very old and crumbling.

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