The North Sea from the cliff.
I knew there was a huge cemetery just on the other side and I knew it was going to look fabulous in this thick fog.
This must have been a beautiful part of the Priory.
Most of the large headstones are from the Victorian age. The wind has rendered some of the headstones illegible. I remember being here years ago and there were some tombstones with holes in them, I couldn't find those.
There were some that were from the1700's but they were difficult to photograph.
You can still make out some of the words on this tombstone. The names William and Joseph are still legible.
It is a beautiful place to spend all of eternity and a wonderful place to walk your dog on a foggy September Saturday afternoon.