Ooky Spooky Squidge

Is it odd that I take walks in foggy cemeteries with my family.

Is it odd that I buy my kid a balloon to keep her busy while I photograph spooky foggy cemeteries?

Aah well, what can you do.  I like my ooky spooky foggy cemetery walks!

Also a comment for my Uncle Wayne- I found Sue Coo and she uuuh has a lot  more than coo now!

15 Comments

  1. December 2, 2008 /

    Wow! If I lived near a cemetery that looked like that, you would definitely find me walking there.

    The balloon is such an unexpected splash of color!

  2. guilty noodles
    December 2, 2008 /

    I love the contrast! I don’t think it’s odd at all… but I’m not the best judge. I allow my children to play with Freud and Jung dolls. I’m already saving for their therapy fund.

  3. Vic
    December 2, 2008 /

    Not odd at all – we used to walk TB round Nunhead cemetary all the time when we lived down that way.

  4. SCM
    December 2, 2008 /

    Nah, not odd in the slightest.
    Weird, yes, but not odd.

    Only joking
    Cemetries are lovey and peaceful for walking round.

  5. Emily
    December 2, 2008 /

    Those photos are spectacular. I love the contrast of the colors between the path, the cemetary, the leaves, and your daughter’s balloon. I hope you have a wonderful ex-pat Thanksgiving!

  6. December 2, 2008 /

    I can think of worse places for you to walk near you!! Nowt wrong with nice scenery and a lack of scally’s!

  7. Teddy
    December 2, 2008 /

    I agree with all the above. They are such peaceful places and often very beautiful. My grandad looked after the church grounds and gardens, so I spent many hrs playing there and I have so many happy memories of it…..is that wierd?

  8. Wendy
    December 3, 2008 /

    Mike and I used to go to Rural Cemetery all the time when Chris was little. We’d go for walks, rollerblade, etc. I always loved the cemetery for walks. I loved the peacefulness of it.

  9. mithso
    December 3, 2008 /

    Ooooh we love walking around cemeteries! we live right by one, we find they are great for flying a kite 🙂 and discussions about how people run out of batteries too…hehe

    Abi

  10. maria
    December 3, 2008 /

    keep the photo journals coming!! They are great!!

  11. Jo Beaufoix
    December 3, 2008 /

    I like walking through old cemetries too. The church in the village Mr B was born in is 14th Century and has some really gnarled old grave stones in it. It’s gorgeous.

  12. December 3, 2008 /

    That green balloon fits right in! Was that by chance… or did you choose the color?

  13. December 4, 2008 /

    Nah, not odd to me at all. If you ever visit Whitby abbey and the graveyard surrounding it you would understand why I think that. It has the most breathtaking views. Lovely photos by the way.

  14. December 4, 2008 /

    I don’t live close enough to a graveyard to go walking in it often, but when I do get the chance I find that it is one of the most peaceful places that you can go walk in. Unfortunately here in sunny South Africa we don’t have as much fog so I haven’t realy had the opportunity to go and take foggy graveyard pics.
    The pics with your daughter is beautiful. Now that I know your blog I will visit much more often. Bye.

  15. December 4, 2008 /

    ooohhh, i love your site, your pictures are so beautiful!