Careful – Trespassers Beware

I’m still finding photos I had thought long lost after the demise of my laptop earlier this year and when I happened upon this wee trio of slightly spooky images from a local ruined abbey, although I realise it isn’t quite time for Halloween, I thought they might make a fun  contribution to this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge – Careful.   I certainly would be very careful around this particular set of buildings after nightfall………

Abbey gates 2

Abbey gates 3ALL PHOTOS © JANE MORLEY

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30 Comments Add yours

  1. Timothy Price says:

    “Abby in Chains!” Has a nice rock ring to it. Love the photos.

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    1. Cheers Timothy! You got it in a ‘Nutshell’ ? !

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  2. Timothy Price says:

    How about “Abbey in Chains”? Probably better if it’s spelled correctly!

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    1. Good either way in my opinion! 😀

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    1. Many thanks Julz, really pleased you like it!

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  3. Beautywhizz says:

    It does feel a bit spooky…

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    1. It does a bit doesn’t it but that’s a bit of artistic licence really, these wonderful old ruins are actually right in a built up area near a cement works, it’s very sad for the ruins !

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  4. Olga says:

    That chain is very ominous looking. Love it!

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    1. Oooh good, glad you don’t ming the spooky treatment Olga!

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  5. Beth says:

    A very good kick-off for Halloween! I’ve sent it to my daughter, who loves Halloween festivities. These images really conjure up stories from the gothic horror genre!

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    1. Thanks Beth, delighted you like it, hope your daughter does!

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  6. Seasonally perfect, Jane.

    janet

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    1. Thank you Janet, glad you like it!

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  7. svtakeiteasy says:

    Oh someone really does not want visitors!

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    1. No I think they’re fairly determined to keep us out Chris!

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  8. Makes you wonder what that chain is keeping out, or worse, keeping in 😦

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    1. I daren’t tell you the whole story Robin! o_O o_O

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  9. I’d be careful but I’d still trespass. When we lived (as children) in a Queen Anne house which was next to an abandoned Georgian one, trespassing was heaven. Decades-old newspapers and the like. Sadly, while we were still living next door, it burned down – probably arson (but not us!). A nasty modern block of flats was built in its place.

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    1. Oooh sounds thrilling Sarah! I don’t image you find anything interesting abandoned in England any more, too quickly snapped up by developers, but you do still see amazing places here – luckily!

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  10. cattan2011 says:

    Love the texture of the lock and gate, wondering what is hiding behind the lock gate. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful Monday.

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    1. Thank you very much cattanblog – I wish you a wonderful Monday too!

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  11. I really dig your distinct visual/color style – looks like your very own fingerprint!

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    1. Thank you so much Herbert – I really do appreciate that! 🙂

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    1. Thank you Deb! So pleased you like them!

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  12. kazg10 says:

    Careful alright, I can feel the spooky energy from here Jane 🙂

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    1. Cheers Kaz! I would love to explore the ruins but this gate is determined that no-one gets through!

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      1. kazg10 says:

        That just makes you want to go in even more! 🙂

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      2. Yes it most certainly does! 😉

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