Nancy M. has a short rest from her gravestone cutting responsibilities.
Tanja H. completes the paper mache work on the 6's skull. The paper mache goop was white flour, resin glue, and water.
This is the graveyard in daylight. Nancy spent the better part of an afternoon putting the text and other artwork on the gravestones. She also placed the various skeletons, bones and skulls around the area.
Many of the gravestones had red LEDs attached to their backsides which threw light onto the stones behind them.
This picture and those following are taken with a long exposure and a flash. The long exposure captured the lighting (if any) on the objects while the flash lit the objects for the pictures. Unfortunately, the lighting necessary to take the pictures tends to spoil the overall look.