I always end up bringing my biggus-lens with me on my numerous walkabouts in the wilderness of Assistens Cemetery, hoping to get that perfect shot of the sparrow hawk hunting.
However, it´s hard to walk around here without noting the marvelous colors and textures of decaying tombs. It seems as if all efforts to paint over forgotten centuries just cant keep these time pockets from revealing themselves everywhere.
Finally, I decided to bring my Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 to capture these layers of time...
All images were shot around F/9.0 to get crisp details (ISO320 and a shutter speed ranging from 1/60 - 1/125 sek, depending on available light). Just added a some contrast (clarity) and slightly desaturated images a bit in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5