Goth City

At the weekend we were to be found wandering the streets of Whitby, that of Bram Stokers Dracula fame. It was a typical early autumn day, not too cold but breezy and foreboding skies. There were a few Goths about to add to the atmosphere. For a real flavour of the atmosphere that is generated when the Goths are in town you would need to be there on the Goth Weekend, October 31st – 2nd November.

Anyway here are a couple of shots I took, first one is looking out from the graveyard of St Mary’s Church, which is adjacent to the Abbey, over to the harbour walls. The second one is on the end of the outer harbour wall with a couple of hardy souls trying to catch dinner.

The harbour entrance from the headland

The harbour entrance from the headland

 

Choppy sea and leaden skies.

Choppy sea and leaden skies.

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