Editor’s Choice: A Quiet Graveyard Moment

For millions around the world, the Halloween period is more than just a playfully scary time. It also brings All Souls’ Day—a remembrance of those who came before us, with candles lit on loved ones’ graves. An ideal opportunity for photographers. Graveyards are also interesting shot locations year-round. Join us for a look at the most interesting graveyard photos on Zonerama

The black-and-white take on the subject makes this photo of a forgotten, sunken tombstone all the gloomier. Author: Vlastní stopou

The black-and-white take on the subject makes this photo of a forgotten, sunken tombstone all the gloomier. Author: Vlastní stopou

Great composition, toning, and bokeh. This photo truly exudes a dreary atmosphere. Author: Blanka

Great composition, toning, and bokeh. This photo truly exudes a dreary atmosphere. Author: Blanka

Tombstones as crowded as the ghetto that fed this cemetery…in a sense, that shouldn’t feel lonely. But it does. And sombre, too. Author: cochtanek00

Tombstones as crowded as the ghetto that fed this cemetery…in a sense, that shouldn’t feel lonely. But it does. And sombre, too. Author: cochtanek00

Even sad subjects deserve their color photos. And this picture wears its colors well. They bring life to the fallen leaves, the background ray of light, and the gravestone’s details. Good picture, great composition. Author: Milan Baťha

Even sad subjects deserve their color photos. And this picture wears its colors well. They bring life to the fallen leaves, the background ray of light, and the gravestone’s details. Good picture, great composition. Author: Milan Baťha

What could be gloomier than Kafka’s resting place, Prague’s Vyšehrad Cemetery? This photo carries the quiet of the grave. Author: Pangi

What could be gloomier than Kafka’s resting place, Prague’s Vyšehrad Cemetery? This photo carries the quiet of the grave. Author: Pangi

Last updated 30. October 2015

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