The other day I, and a few friends, did a bit of a photoshoot. It's for a Storyteller Saturday show called An Audience with Mors De'ath. So, I sent a lot of time wandering around Sudbury, Suffolk, dressed a bit like Death.
This elicited a number of responses - from laughter, confusion, wry smiles, open hostility ("what a weirdo") and a near fatal heart attack. (Okay, it wasn't as bad as all that, but the nice old lady who saw me didn't half jump.) Interestingly a number of people wanted to take pictures with me. Quite a lot of people. So, I'm incorporating a 'have your picture taken with Death' booth to the show.
But that's not for another couple of weeks - still got Problem Tree and The Summoning of Everyman to go before then and another exploration of the Chester mystery plays. So I'll leave you with the first batch of pictures of poor Mors De'ath - taken by Mark Pavelin, who was documenting the taking of pictures by John Bethall, whose pictures will go up next week.