Daily Archives: August 26, 2016

Midas’ touch

Where did the green of summer go? As seasons dance, the year grows old And verdant fields are turning gold. Though midday sun still warms the earth The seeds of yet another birth, The secret treasure of the grain, As … Continue reading

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French Postcards 3 from Steve Tanham

Reblogged from Sun in Gemini The old Carcassone is gloriously medieval, but much restored. Walking thorough its streets at night – with thousands of others – gives you the feeling of how ‘protected’ its former inhabitants must have felt; and … Continue reading

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Nature’s Way from Writing in North Norfolk #writephoto

Reblogged from Kim at Writing in North Norfolk: My response to Sue Vincent’s Thursday Photo Prompt – Cave – #writephoto The way led down an old green lane, Into the woods and back again, A weed-riddled path quite overhung With heavy … Continue reading

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Going west – a simple man

Behind the High Altar of St Davids Cathedral there was once an empty space, open to the winds. In the early 1500s, Bishop Edward Vaughan created a chapel there which, for me, is the loveliest part of the cathedral. The … Continue reading

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