Category Archives: Landscape

Longing for home

It’s odd how it catches you, sometimes, off guard. The picture on the right is an image I’ve often tried to capture, usually without success, so when it popped up on a social media group I’m a member off, it … Continue reading

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It was the moon that did it…

…hanging there in her fullness; already rising so far north since her brief flirting with the equinoctial horizon. Then today, past full but still ripe, high overhead; a ghostly image against the brightest blue of mid morning’s cloudless sky. How … Continue reading

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Wandering with the saints

We spent the day out. Searching for a persistently mislaid group of stone circles. I’m sure they may just be shy, and fully expect them to pop out one of these days when we least expect them to. In the … Continue reading

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An end to darkness

I should have known really… the folklore, like a haddock to the face once you spot it, TELLS you!! But I wasn’t listening, and had to go the long way around… like 10 years searching up hill and down bleedin’ … Continue reading

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Listening to the stones

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Originally posted on pondering the past:
It is an old friend, the stone. A friend to whom I infrequently pay my respects. This year, sand martins are flitting, wheeling and turning overhead as I make my short respectful pilgrimage. Admiring…

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A funny thing happened on the way home.

It was an oddly euphoric moment of complete clarity. The sun, low, casting great shadows across the landscape; highlighting features normally hidden from view. The first flowers of Spring, punctuating in yellow, the intense verdant of the season. The sky, … Continue reading

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Out of Time – part II

Morning came too soon. Appearing hardly rested, the coachman seemed distracted as they enjoyed a hearty start to the day, courtesy of the Innkeeper’s wife. The Nereid had come to him, in the depth of a sleepless night, and the … Continue reading

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