Within the churchyard of St John the Baptist church in Keele, you will find a wonderful headstone from the 18th century that features Memento Mori in writing and … Continue reading
On a recent trip to Edinburgh, I was amazed at the Memento Mori headstones that I found in Greyfriar’s Churchyard, but the headstones I found in St Cuthbert’s … Continue reading
Moreton Corbet Castle in Shropshire is one of the most beautiful ruins to photograph and I highly recommend visiting it.
The Elizabethan ruins you see above … Continue reading
Many of you will know that I grew up in a little place called Heysham, near Morecambe in Lancashire. As a child, I often played … Continue reading
Well, sometimes you have to get up at the crack of dawn to get some good photographs and when it’s freezing fog, you need to … Continue reading
Did you know that the author Thomas Hardy used to be an architect?
Well you do now.
A young Thomas Hardy, an apprentice at the … Continue reading
Below is a collection of my favourite photographs depicting cemetery death heads throughout the centuries. These are what I refer to as symbols showing how … Continue reading