Bewitched and entranced
Accept the journey within
Light and darkness meet and meld
One step beyond the threshold
The photo for this week’s prompt was taken in the hills above Castleton in Derbyshire, at Odin’s Mine. Named for the Norse god, the lead mine was first worked it is thought, during the Roman Occupation. Fortunes were made and lost here in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
We came across the old mine workings by accident, at a time when Odin had made an unexpected, yet central appearance in our book, Doomsday: The Ætheling Thing. Today, there is just a cave, the sheep… and a strange, amorphous occupant, caught on camera…
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