After leaving Alwalton I headed for Chesterton, and home, popping in to St Michael's church on the way.
The exterior shot on the left, and the long distance shot of the spire below that were both taken on the way to work, earlier that morning. You may be able to pick out the driving snow at the time that this photograph was taken.
I had optimistically hoped to be able to see the church of St Kyneburgha at Castor in the background of this photo. It is there somewhere, believe me, but lost amidst the gloom.
I don't usually photograph any graves that are post 1850. A sensetive subject and when I photograph a grave it is to preserve the art and the craft of the sonemason who carved it. However, I did photograph a 20th century grave in the grounds at St Michaels. A little angel, with one damaged wing, and a covering of snow on top. Exquisite!