Nature draws the veil
Only when the time is right
Will illumination come
The photo for this week’s prompt was taken at the Hurlers Stone Circle, looking up towards the Cheesewring. On this particular visit, the mist was so thick…more so than it appears from the photo… that we felt it was not the time to visit the stones on Bodmin Moor. Later, we would be luckier and welcomed by sunshine. While the stacked stone smay be a natural formation, they stand within a prehistoric enclosure, giving credence to our theory that our ancestors saw the life in the land, adopting natural features as part of their reverence for its spirit.
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and a second, light-hearted take from Brian