Sunday Picture Post: Gothic Mornings

Sunday 24th January begins with frost and fog. I’m advised not to venture out in such weather. So no 10-miler today. Instead, I keep it local

Overlooking the Yare from Haven Bridge, a few steps from mine

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St Nicholas Churchyard… cos where else would you go on a freezing foggy morning?

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I invite you to join me… beware vampires & werewolves

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24 Jan 2021

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In my short walk I became fascinated with the Victorian “Cult of the Dead”

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24 Jan 2021

And iron that’s wrought into fanciful shapes…

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…in emulation of nature?

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Leaving the cemetery, I head to the beach…

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I crunch over sand patterned with yesterday’s footprints, now solidly frozen

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Not much to see… fog, frost, no birds, the sea a gentle sigh… waiting for the sun to winkle through

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You can see by how high the sun how late this is

I hope you enjoyed, and I bet you’re warmer than I was. More photos from this morning walk on Tuesday

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37 Responses to Sunday Picture Post: Gothic Mornings

  1. Deborah says:

    Gothic yet beautiful! πŸ™‚ ❀

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  2. Fascinating with a touch of ghostly. πŸ™‚ … and a wonderful serendipitous post with my Fog beach walk.

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  3. jgard3 says:

    Love the fog!

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  4. Dale says:

    Oh yes… I so love the fog and the eeriness of it all. Love your photos

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  5. Kim Smyth says:

    Love your pics today! They all make me think of Dracula movies, lol!

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  6. eschudel says:

    I love walks like this!

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  7. Fabulous! I love a walk in the fog.

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  8. Oh how wonderfully creepy! I do love a good fog (when on foot, never in auto) the freezing part I could do without but still properly bundled …. πŸ™‚

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  9. Brian Bixby says:

    The Victorian era also led to elaborate gravestones and intricate iron fences in the more settled parts of the United States. Sadly, because maintaining the fencing is officially the responsibility of the owners of the plots, many old iron fences have come down in recent decades, sometimes leaving no trace, other times only stone posts that hold up . . . nothing, now.

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