by far, my favorite morning.

doublecem3 doublecem1 doublecem2The location of Santa Maria de Pazzis Cemetery  is central to the Puerto Rican belief in the separation of death and life. According to Rafael Rodríguez, Chaplain and director of pastoral services at the Universidad del Sagrado Corazon, the Spanish colonial government  viewed death with fear because it was a mystery. Therefore, they decided to build the cemetery to overlook the Atlantic Ocean to symbolize the spirit’s journey to cross over to the afterlife (Thanks Wikipedia).

Double exposures.
35mm.

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