Daily Archives: May 4, 2016

The Return of the Queen by Alethea Kehas

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Reblogged from Not Tomatoes: Alethea shares a personal perspective on her journey through Leaf and Flame… How does one condense a journey that is not over, but that began before a magical weekend where I played…

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The hand that grasps…

Reblogged from Stuart France at The Silent Eye Guinevere What now for poor, brave Gawain… and what are we to make of his Nemesis? Morgan Gawain is doomed my Lady there is no escape for one on such a quest. … Continue reading

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Leaf and Flame – Sharing Life

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The Saturday of any workshop is always busy. No matter how much free time you try and build in, there never is any spare time. The morning began by greeting the dawn and a…

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The Foliate Man: A Knight’s Tale by Jan Malique

Reblogged from Jan Malique at Strange Goings On In The Shed It’s been a week since my return from a workshop in Derbyshire, a deeply profound experience. How dramatic this statement sounds, but there is great truth buried within the dramatics. … Continue reading

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Morris, mayhem and wandering trees… May day morning II

I am still not back to whatever constitutes normality around here, though most of my guests have now departed. Today I have a long drive north on taxi duty for one son, while the other temporarily occupies my guest room… … Continue reading

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Clarity #midnighthaiku

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