As many pictures that I have taken at Magnolia Cemetery (about which I have written two books filled with my color photographs), it wasn't until this past Saturday that I tried the pano approach. Please click on the images to see them larger.
The cemetery is so large and expansive (150 acres) with more than 30,000 burials. I tried to capture the stone necropolis in these images.
The bust of William Ashmead Courtenay, a Confederate Army veteran who would become a mayor of Charleston commands this view.
This was a fun and interesting endeavor to try to show Magnolia Cemetery in a different way.
This final pano is from the back part of the cemetery. It is taken from inside a large plot that is surrounded by a lovely iron fence. A lagoon and the iconic Smith Pyramid can be seen in the background.