Wednesday, 30 October 2013
Pagan Eye: Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park
This eerie black and white photograph of tombstones was taken by Mark Jones at Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, in East London. The burial ground is one of London's Magnificent Seven Victorian cemeteries. It is now closed for burials and has been turned into a nature reserve and woodland park that is home to rare plants, animals, insects and birds.
I visited Abney Park, another of the Magnificent Seven cemeteries, last weekend and I'll be blogging about that at Halloween, tomorrow.
My Pagan Eye posts show photos that I find interesting - seasonal images, pagan sites, events, or just pretty pictures. If you want to send me a photo for a Pagan Eye post, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org Let me know what the photo shows and whether you want your name mentioned or not. For copyright reasons, the photo must be one you have taken yourself.
Mark, who earlier sent me a photo of Avebury Stone Circle in May, very kindly let me use his photo on my blog. It is his copyright, so please don't reproduce it or download it without permission.
Links and previous related posts
The Magnificent Seven: London's First Landscaped Cemeteries