Nunhead Cemetery in South London is perhaps the least famous of the ‘Magnificent Seven’ Victorian cemeteries in London. It was consecrated in 1840 and originally knows as All Saints’ Cemetery.
Much of it is now dilapidated and overrun with trees and ivy, but it’s a beautiful and peaceful place, if a little eerie at times. Heavy snow makes it all the more silent and ethereal.
All photos ©Dan Skinner