Eerie is something that’s enshrouded in mystery, something that’s not easy to wrap your head around. It’s a feeling generally marked by a chill running down your spine or a full-on temporary paralysis, depending on the degree of eeriness of your experience. For me, this feeling came when I was visiting the ruins of the Coventry Cathedral at night; the practically deserted town center just seemed to add to the whole experience.
I just wish I had not been lazy and used a tripod to get a clearer picture.
It’s been a few months since I last participated in the Weekly Photo Challenge and this post right here marks my comeback. Enjoy!
Man to think this was once a bustling town centre!!
I think it was good you didn’t use a tripod it adds a shake to the eerie feeling!! 😉
Thank you, Pradeep! 🙂
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It’s more artistic to me than eerie.. 😀
Thank you. But standing there all alone with no one around was certainly eerie. 😉
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