Halloween countdown #3

model: Canon EOS 20D software: Adobe Photoshop CS Macintosh capture date: Thursday, October 28, 2004 3:57:18 pm exposure program: Aperture Priority ISO speed: 200 shutter speed: 1/50 aperture: f5.0 exposure bias: +0.0 metering: Pattern flash: OFF - Compulsory flash mode focal length: 58.0 Here's #3 in the series, a wee bit early but I'm not sure I'll get a chance tomorrow. Again this was taken at Aberfoyle cemetery. The place is actually REALLY quite spooky, or rather, parts of it are. 'You can cross the old bridge over the river Forth to visit the ruins of the old 1774 parish church which has at its north-east corner the grave of the Rev. Robert Kirk who was supposedly spirited away whilst walking on Doon hill by the village. At either side of the church door stands a 'morte safe' - a heavy cast iron, coffin shaped slab used to keep grave robbers away from a burial until it was of no possible use to the 'resurrectionists'.' So there... Apparently Rev. Kirk was 'spirited away' because he wrote a book about fairies and the like and they didn't warm up to the publicity... BOOO!

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