This photograph was taken a couple of weeks ago in Audlem, Cheshire. St James’s Church was founded in the 13th Century and stands on a hill once thought to be a Celtic burial ground. Towering over the village, it reaches for the heavens more effectively than any spire.
The stone pillar and iron gates cast a long shadow across the foreground on this cold autumnal afternoon; could this be an uninvited guest with a scythe, approaching the church steps, looking for Edward:
Inside the southern porch, on the right hand side of the entrance arch, there is Edward’s face, the other face cunningly hidden:
Clever, once more. 🍀
Thanks Mick – ‘too clever by half’ as my Dad might have said.
Love it, and a bit of Leonard to boot. Nicely done. 🙂
Many thanks Jo
A very witty post…thoroughly enjoyed!
Thanks Robyn, glad you enjoyed it.
That shadow is creepy. All of your photos are great, but you have a real gift for black and white.
Thanks Julie, very kind comment. I didn’t notice that shadow until I was mucking about in Photoshop and then wished I hadn’t 🙂
Thanks Tish, I enjoyed doing that one 🙂
black & white again… merci, love them! 🙂 thanx a lot for your visits at my playground, I’m really honored…<3 have a sunny Friday and a peaceful weekend! Mélanie
Thanks Mélanie – have a great Le Weekend :-), Robin
Brilliant shot! I love it 🙂
Thanks Jo, creepy innit 🙂
I see… I will have nightmares this night 😉
Night, night and Sweet dreams Malin 🙂
Great atmospheric black n whites…..love your haunting suggestions 🙂