In The Gothic Gloom

Lockdown blues had got to me before. Late last summer, I was becoming a little bored of streetscapes and cityscapes and wanted to do something more interesting.

Before the woodlands and the countryside’s came a trip one Saturday afternoon to Woodside Crematorium in Paisley to capture the atmosphere here… It was a trip partly inspired by the works of Bernard Pierre Wolff (particularly his photos of Il Staglieno Cemetery in Genoa, 2 in particular were used by Peter Saville on the cover of the “Closer” album and the 12″ single of “Love Will Tear Us Apart” by Joy Division)

I think it’s something I managed to successfully capture. I hope you agree…

Quiet Contemplation: 5 September 2020, F/6.3, 1/60s, ISO 100, 50mm

Pointing Upwards: 5 September 2020, F/3.2, 1/400s, ISO 200, 50mm

Reaching to Heaven: 5 September 2020, F/3.2, 1/400s, ISO 200, 50mm

Don’t Blink: 5 September 2020, F/6.3, 1/80s, ISO 100, 50mm

Grief: 5 September 2020, F/4.0, 1/320s, ISO 200, 50mm

Published by Allan Moore

Paisley born, work in finance, used to write dispatches from Paisley but now looking to showcase my photography.

One thought on “In The Gothic Gloom

  1. The first two would have me running a mile away. I’m not one for cemeteries – on my own – as you can guess. I agree they are great photos, eerie, ghostly, other-worldly, and that’s what they should be, right? The other are also brilliant but less haunting (in the ghostly sense of the word). Well worth the effort, I’d say!!

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