Daily Archives: October 4, 2015

The Haunted Moors

Originally posted on Walking with a Smacked Pentax:
The Beast of Ilkley Moor – this fabulous structure appeared one evening at Windgate Nick – a vantage point high on the moors. It stayed for a few weeks then just as…

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A Landscape of Images

Originally posted on The Silent Eye:
Megaloceros, Lascaux Smoke from the torches stings his eyes, making it difficult to see. The dancing flames bring the animals to life, a magical hunt galloping across the walls of the cavern. It is…

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Rooted in the Land- Triumph and disappointment

Panorama Wood lies alongside Heber’s Ghyll and I recall from my childhood hunting there for carved stones with my grandfather. It was a magical place for a child… a perfect place to walk with a consummate storyteller who could people … Continue reading

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A single moment From another perspective Everything changes

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