Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Autumnal pub

I took this picture a few weeks ago, when I was walking back from the train station. I blogged about this pub before, it is the pub by the train station, an old building that used to be the station hotel. On my first day in this town, when I came for a job interview, it is where I stopped. It is for me the welcoming spot of this town. I also think it might be the setting of one of the ghost stories of E. Nesbit. I have no way to be certain, but I will investigate it. It is a warm and very atmospheric pub, especially in autumn, I always thought that it could be the setting of a Halloween story, even before I read the ghost story of Nesbit. The walls are covered with leaves which get fiery colours. When I find the weather too warm, like these days, the leaves on the pub remind me that autumn is truly here, at least in colours.

4 comments:

Gwen Buchanan said...

I love that vine covered wall. Makes me want to go inside.

jaz@octoberfarm said...

i love vine covered buildings. so, you still have hot weather? i hope fall finds you soon.

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halloween spirit said...

Very atmospheric! Love the vines. And the way the top of the building seems to fade into the fog in this photograph.