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Day Two - Jennifer Yanik
My name is Jennifer and I have a passion for photography. Some of my images are straightforward and others artistic with "Pops of Color" and manipulation.
The name, Image 901, came about when I decided to shoot "All Things 901" based on my area code. I love Memphis,TN and the surrounding Mid-South area.
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Jennifer has captured this wonderful image of Memphis, Tennessee’s oldest active cemetery. Established in 1852, Elmwood Cemetery is set out over forty acres of parkland which it was hoped would be enjoyed by the living as much as by its permanent residents. The name of the cemetery was drawn from a lot, and ironically it did not contain a single elm tree at the time of naming. Shortly thereafter there was a scramble to obtain a large quantity of elm trees which had to be transported all the way from New York.
Today's church door...
St Peter & St Paul, Brockdish
Whilst on the whole I aim to be objective, I cannot deny that St Peter and St Paul’s is way up there in my top favourite churches I have visited. The first enchanting element that caught my eye was the stunning memorial in the churchyard to the wife of Sir Edward Kay, Mary Valence French, who died in 1889.