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Michael Hundrieser

Forest Cemetry

Dithmarschen, Germany

Spring 2011

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© 2011 Michael Hundrieser, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

This Forest Cemetery is a family grave site where a famous German artist, Wenzel Hablik, and his relatives are buried.

This place is quite hidden and keeps the Lindemann family. The forest gives a very special note to a place like this. Trees and stones let you feel a kind of immortality and reincarnation.

Spring is a very spiritual time—you see the new leaves sprout and the old putrefied on the ground. There is a little creek aside this place with a bench to rest. Although it´s a "private" place, strollers can enter freely and rest.

It gets more and more popular here to be buried in a forest—as an anonymous urn under a tree though.

The location is set false to keep this place hidden and in peace.

Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 54° 20' 26.58" N
Long: 9° 8' 22.66" E

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

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Equipment

Canon 5D / ATX 107 / Spieth Monopod @ 6m
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