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41Re: photographing grave markers

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  • Larry McCool
    Aug 5, 2002
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      Elizabeth
      While researching in Ontario some years ago part of my equipment was a
      garden trowel, old scissors ( to cut grass ), gloves and a 2" fairly soft
      paint brush. Items worked well. and were easily carried in a shopping bag in
      the trunk

      Larry


      Larry & Doreen McCool
      Calgary, AB Canada
      Our new address is
      mccoollh@...
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "E.Rodier" <cerear@...>
      To: <dist-gen@...>
      Sent: Sunday, August 04, 2002 10:26 PM
      Subject: photographing grave markers


      > Does anyone have any tips for photographing partially overgrown flat
      > all-black markers at Burnsland Cemetery? Moved some of the grass and damp
      > earth from the edges with my fingers but the result didn't look very tidy
      > with grass clippings. A researcher in Florida is interested in the Luck
      > family and also Alfred Caldwell who might have been buried at Union in Feb
      > 1911.
      >
      > Most of the photo tips that I've collected from the Internet are for
      upright
      > stones and the pictures in the new book about Union Cemetery (Harry
      Sanders)
      > are different styles.
      > Elizabeth
      >
      >
      >
      > http://www.afhs.ab.ca
      > http://www.family-roots.ca
      >

      http://www.afhs.ab.ca
      http://www.family-roots.ca
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