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What Dreams May Come When We Have Shuffled Off This Mortal Coil?

Antonio Victor Garcia-Serrano, PhD

Commemorative Plates

Elche (Alicante), Spain

29 September 2013, 11:55 CET

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© 2013 Antonio Victor Garcia-Serrano, PhD, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Mortality is a state inherent to human beings. We just simply pass away, sooner or later, and can't really do anything about that. In any case, we can help to leave a memory or achievement for others to remember.

A tradition that has always brought my attention is to name a palm tree (our local tree) in order to commemorate a passed away person.

This pano, captured inside the Municipal Park in Elche, shows a square whose main characteristic is that the palm trees that confine it are dedicated to some personalities who have been, somehow, important to the city.

This is, after all, a nice way to keep them alive for other generations to come.

Location

Europe / Spain

Lat: 38° 16' 12.26" N
Long: 0° 41' 50.94" W

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Equipment

Canon 5Dii + Canon 15mm fisheye
Nodalninja lens ring + monopod on top of tripod (about 4m)
Photoshop-PTGui-Photoshop
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