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Presidio Pet Cemetery

I’ve been sitting on a bunch of work from the Presidio Pet Cemetery, shot in 2011 when this tiny necropolis was covered with a temporary roof while the construction of a new freeway went on overhead.  This covering created a surreally gloomy, underground graveyard.  It’s like a cemetery in a subway tunnel . . . with names like Blinky and Wiggles on the tombstones.  I’ve never experienced anything like it.

I put some PPC images on the blog over a year ago, but it’s time to go live with a complete gallery of work: The Presidio Pet Cemetery.

Here’s a few I never posted before, but make sure you visit the gallery because there are more images in there that haven’t/won’t appear in this blog!

Pfeffer Grab Grundstuk  :::::

Pfeffer Grab Grundstuk :::::

Beloved Mr. Thompson  :::::

Beloved Mr. Thompson :::::

Blinkin's Whiskers  :::::

Blinkin’s Whiskers :::::

Freeway Loins  :::::

Freeway Loins :::::

Jeff  :::::

Jeff :::::

 

 

 

6 Responses to “Presidio Pet Cemetery”

  1. Dave Evans March 19, 2013 3:48 pm #

    Man this pet cemetery work is just sick. Mere words cannot express how I feel about it.

  2. Troy March 19, 2013 4:26 pm #

    Thanks Dave.

  3. Mike H March 19, 2013 5:57 pm #

    Thanks Troy for these absolutely fascinating images! Not to be too creepy…but I think you were meant to find this place and record it and share it.

    • Troy March 20, 2013 9:00 am #

      Cheers, Mike.

  4. arranarender March 20, 2013 2:44 am #

    very nice photography. Good luck.

    • Troy March 20, 2013 9:00 am #

      Thanks!

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