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Fabulous eerie photos!
Thank you Janaline
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For eeriness I like the first one best – it helps that it’s a churchyard – always makes people more spooked somehow. I find churchyards pretty peaceful myself though and quite often stroll around ours in the dark for the total peace there 🙂
Thanks Carol.I like the peacefulness too but I draw the line at strolling around them in the dark. Me chicken, you fearless! In fact last weekend whilst taking the second photograph, I got to the gates of the old churchyard, the dark clouds above made it very creepy and I turned around instead of wandering around the ancient grounds.
I think just about the only true Dalesfolk left in our village our those buried in the churchyard now so, even if they sit up suddenly, we’ll have something to moan about together! 😉
I love the shape of the tree branches in that first image, Jackie.
Oh wow. That IS eerie! Great shot!
It seems cold in this place..
No comparison to the warmth of the Philippines! The Isle of Man is a little island in the Irish sea so it does get cold in autumn and winter.
Have you been in our country?
No, it’s on my list though!
You should come here. A very tropical country with varieties of tourist destinations to choose from. 🙂
It does look very beautiful!
Thanks! Hope you could come. 🙂
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The Isle of Man not far away from the place I live for the time being (L’pool) just half across the Irish Sea… 🙂
Very well captured – cool atmosphere… 🙂
Enjoy your time in Liverpool. I think it’s a great place and the people have a brilliant sense of humour. I’m not supposed to say that as I’m a Mancunian!
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Wonderful location! I can’t help thinking it would be a great place to revisit when there’s a decent hoar frost or layer of snow ….
Thank you. It would be lovely in snow or frost!
I love that first shot!