Cremation Ashes

| January 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

The maker says:

This was shot in Holland, Sweden and Scotland over the summer. This is largely recycled material from a similarly themed bigger project that just didn’t turn out the way I was hoping it would.

What I learned is that I definitely don’t belong in front of the camera, it’s very difficult to film anything with just two people, guerilla film-making can be difficult, there will always be unforeseen obstacles, getting good sound is difficult, and carrying an urn around draws attention to you and will get you stopped and searched in an airport, especially if it has remnants of white powdery substance inside.

My wife did most of the camera work. I did the rest. Some of the colors grading came out pretty well and some of it looks a bit muddy. We’re just beginners.

After The Funeral from John Phillips on Vimeo.

Once the cremation is done some people will have the ashes put into an urn that you purchase. You would have the service with the urn after the cremation.

The Classic Silver & Gold Urn, 10

Hand Engraved Solid Brass With Silver Lacquer Coat. Includes Velvet Storage & Display Box.

Product Description

. This urn is sold in several sizes the one displayed is the larger 10 inch creamtion urn

. Elegant and timeless design of solid brass.

· Glistening silver finish, hand engraved with gold tone accents

· Luxurious velvet storage/display case included·

· 3″ Keepsake comes in a heart shaped box

· Lid screws off easily and stays securely on.

. Classic Silver and Gold cremation urns feature a delicate and intricately engraved design

Hand carved of the finest solid brass. Lids screw on for a secure closure. Sizing Made Simple One pound of live weight equals one cubic inch of cremains

Moore Stories About Cremation Ashes

  • Golders Green Crematorium – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – Coordinates: 51°34 38 N 000°11 37 W / 51. Golders Green Crematorium and Mausoleum was the first crematorium to be opened in London, and one of the oldest crematoria in Britain. [ 1 ] [ 2 ] The land for the crematorium was purchased in 1900, costing £6,000, and was opened in 1902 by Sir Henry Thompson.

  • Cremation – How To Information | eHow.com – When a loved one dies, some families opt for cremation instead of a burial. Death, whether unexpected or anticipated, comes with a series of events and tasks that must be completed to document the person’s passing. The act of ritually burying or cremating a loved one is an important step in allowing that person to pass from this life into whatever lies beyond.

  • Ashes Scattering in San Francisco – San Francisco and Northern California present a variety of landscapes to create a farewell memorial with dignity, grace, and restful peace. Fly over the City one last time and spread the ashes at the gateway to the Pacific, take a boat with family and friends beyond the Golden Gate and sprinkle the cremated dust over the stern and toss a flower wreath in remembrance. Releasing a person’s ash remains out at sea continues to grow in popularity for its serenity-invoking experience, and with the cost of traditional burials increasing an economic advantage.

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