One of the most charming customs I see in Hong Kong is people's photos on their gravestones... it helps you imagine who they were.
This is my favourite girl in the Saint Michael Catholic Cemetery in Causeway Bay. I've taken her picture with several cameras over the years, but today was the first time with the DP2. I made a special trip because she looks like a special person.
Often, you see photos of people in their 20s, 30s and 40s, but when you read their headstones, you realize they were 80 when they died... which sounds like something I would do.
This lady was 24, so she probably looked exactly like this.
Her headstone has tilted with age -- she died in 1952 -- but I kept the camera vertical.
Sigma DP2, ISO100, 1/250 sec., f/2.8. RAW converted in SSP 3.5... click image for full-size version, unsharpened.