Daily Archives: June 14, 2018


Originally posted on Strange Goings On In The Shed:
Bryn Celli Ddu, Anglesey, Jan Malique Thresholds are special. They’re abundant in our lives, and act as gateways allowing passage from one space to another. Not only on the mundane level,…

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Beginnings – #writephoto

Originally posted on Trent's World (the Blog):
Photo by Sue Vincent Note – this is the thirteenth exciting episode of The Mad Quest!  You can start at the beginning, go to the previous chapter or to the table of…

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In Which Three Becomes One And A Star Is Born #writephoto

First in this week…

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The Little Mermaid Girl and the Great Shark – K. D. Dowdall

Reblogged from K. D. Dowdall: There was once a little girl who believed with all her heart she was a mermaid. The mermaid girl was living in Florida on the beautiful Gulf Coast, when her mother and grandmother took her … Continue reading

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An Orcadian Diary (3): Maeshowe – near life, far life – Steve Tanham

The strange feeling in my head began when the Historic Scotland guide said, “We can’t really call it a burial chamber as no bodies were ever found here…” It wasn’t a headache, more of a lightness…. almost a prompting, an … Continue reading

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Thursday photo prompt: Beginnings #writephoto

Every Thursday at noon GMT, I publish one of my photos as a writing prompt.  If you know where the photo was taken, please keep it to yourself until the challenge is closed and I usually share something about the … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up – Remains #writephoto

* Time grinds bone to dust Unpredictable seasons Reaping the harvest Untouched but not unchanging A soul flies free of bondage * The photos for this week’s prompt were a magpie feather and a funerary sculpture from the St Peter’s … Continue reading

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‘And whither then?…’

The Daily Echo is going on holiday. Except, it’s not really a holiday… we have a workshop in Dorset and then afterwards, we hope to spend some time with our American friends, before wandering off to explore pathways new and … Continue reading

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Something fishy in Preseli… Stuart France

‘Pentre-Ifan’ * ‘I know we’re not in England but it doesn’t even feel like we’re in Britain!” We were in Nevern churchyard in Pembrokeshire, Wales, on one of the Silent Eye’s Workshops… And a familiar feeling was creeping over us… … Continue reading

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Wandering #midnighthaiku

Silent pathways call The land has stories to tell Adventure awaits  

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