The day we took these shots, it was cold. The light was grey, the sky overcast. For brief moments, the clouds would part enough to give us skies like these, but that did little to lighten the mood of the photographs.
I shot up with this photograph, because i was trying to convey awe. Not of the statue, but of the place I think. Cemeteries remind me of God, because they remind me of death, and death has never held much fear for me, only the expectation of meeting Christ.
Critically speaking, I think i should have moved a little to the left. the angle prevents me from seeing as much of the angel as i’d like.