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A day in Whitby, on the way up to the Abbey is St Mary’s Church where Bram Stoker penned Dracula. The path through is in places much lower than the grass than weaves around the ancient graves. This was taken at pretty much floor level, with the sun illuminating the grass and headstones.


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  • stephen  jones
    stephen jonesalmost 7 years ago

    love what you have done with the death of fild.

  • Wickerman
    Wickermanalmost 7 years ago

    lol, thanks – was that a freudian slip of the tongue?

  • BonitoPhotography
    BonitoPhotographyalmost 7 years ago

    I like the image, well done.

  • xssif
    xssifalmost 7 years ago


  • nick board
    nick boardalmost 7 years ago

    I like this too, although i didn’t know fild.
    Sorry joking!

  • PaulBradley
    PaulBradleyalmost 7 years ago

    Nice shot Glen, I like the progression….

  • Gracey
    Graceyalmost 7 years ago

    What a great perspective on this…i’ve got a thing for cemetery shots and I really like the thought in this. Good job.

  • Russell Fry
    Russell Fryalmost 7 years ago

    Very nice image. I’ll have to try something like this the next time I photograph tombstones. The perspective is interesting.

  • Wickerman
    Wickermanalmost 7 years ago

    Thanks everyone for the views and kind comments.
    This was at the top of the cliff at Whitby in North Yorkshire – the location that Bram Stoker wrote Dracula. The land that the graveyard has natural undulations so the path is slightly lower than some of the graves. It just needed me to lay in the middle of the path, ignoring the strange looks from tourists.
    @Paul Romanowski – I’m not sure of the history of these particular graves, but will be sure to find out next time I am there

  • midzing
    midzingalmost 7 years ago

    love this image, great angle and lighting, well done

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