However, one of the little hobbies I use to ease my own depression (rarely successfully) is cemetery photography (I would love to get more into portraits but I am not the best "people person" and angels on gravestones don't move and talk back).
Below are some of the photographs taken at Heptonstall Church. Plath's grave is in a newer plot of interments, and there are two other older graveyards adjacent, a church built after 1847 when the old church - originally built in 1260 - was left to ruin when it was damaged by gales. The ruins that remain are stunning, and worth the visit to this lovely little village on their own. Apparently Danny Boyle's BBCTV drama Mr Wroe's Virgins (1993) was filmed there, I shall have to dig out a copy and check for myself.
I'm glad I took the short bus ride up though, as it's a very steep walk, only about half a mile but it would have wrecked my legs!