Daily Archives: January 21, 2020

The saga of Auldwick with Cowperthwaite village hall. Part 1, Sheep will safely graze. ~ Jim Webster

Reblogged from Jim Webster: It was always going to be one of those days. It started with somebody hammering on the kitchen door. I put my coffee mug down and went to see who it was. Young Geordie from Lower … Continue reading

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Leaf…

Raido * …Realising that Merlin could not be appeased by worldly gifts, king Rhydderch ordered him bound by strong chains lest he escape again into the Caledonian forests. * Continue reading at France & Vincent

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And again, should we wash upon, Loch Awe shore… ~ Gavin MacGregor

Reblogged from heritagelandscapecreativity: Vicarious serendipities, perhaps, could have only ever occurred at this location? It started with a couple of images from 1970. I would encounter them once every few years or so, but they haunted me over several decades. … Continue reading

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Keep ~ Christine Bialczak #writephoto

Keep They tried to keep it secret They tried to keep her safe She was a lovely lady She’s sometimes called a waif. Up in the tower hidden with no one there to call She dreamed about her savior climbing … Continue reading

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The Living One: Caravan to Cairns… Stuart France

St John the Evangelist * “We’ll need books!” “What do you mean?” “All good schools have a range of associated texts which their students can use as background reading.” “That’s true, do we have any?” “We may have a few…” … Continue reading

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No Dead Man’s Land ~ Chris Hewitt #writephoto

This writing prompt is courtesy of Sue Vincent’s fun #writephoto challenge is and entitled “keep”. It’s a great photo, I look forward to knowing where it was taken. I’ve gone with a bit of a medieval dark comedy (~650 words). Owen threw … Continue reading

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A New Beginning…

Since the birth of the Silent Eye, we have held regular workshops, including, for the past seven years, an annual residential weekend of ritual drama in Derbyshire. We have had a huge amount of fun with these weekends over the … Continue reading

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Home ~ Jane Dougherty #writephoto

Finished the rewrite. It’s in the lap of the gods now. Sue’s photo prompt is as apposite as ever. All has changed since Richard ordered the castle built on the promontory, but is that not always the way? Nothing except … Continue reading

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Cusp #midnighthaiku

Cold and starry skies Heralding a frosty dawn Waking to wonder Morning’s chill melting Caressed by winter’s pale sun Golden hearts open

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