Daily Archives: November 5, 2020

A minor incident ~ Tallis Steelyard

Reblogged from Jim Webster, aka Tallis Steelyard: Rumour insists that Maljie has a chequered history when it comes to vehicles. Currently she doesn’t command sole use of a sedan chair, but then few do. The bearers take a lot of … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon: Switching the Lights On

We had returned to Easter Aquhorthies for a second visit. It was still raining, but this time the sky was much brighter than the iron-grey deluge of the day before and there was already a sense of revisiting an old … Continue reading

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Two journeys, one destination (9) – Dunrobin Castle ~Steve Tanham

The beautiful vision of the ‘fairytale’ Dunrobin Castle, seen here from across the bay during our visit to Portmahomack, had tantalised us with the reported splendour of its architecture and gardens. Now, we had arrived at the gateway of its … Continue reading

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Solstice of the Moon (Part 3) ~ Running Elk

Reblogged from Stepping Stones: Day Two (Continued) Following a rather delicious soup stop, we headed off for some light refreshment in the form of Symbol Stones. These mysterious artefacts of the Picts, with their admixture of Christian and Pagan symbolism, … Continue reading

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Around the flames

The year turns towards winter, pulling first a blanket of leaves and mist over its face before veiling itself in frost and snow. It is a time when many traditions remember the dead, the past or the holy. On a … Continue reading

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Clues #midnighthaiku

Meanings and symbols Arcane stories set in stone Barefaced mysteries Scattered clues to tantalise Or was the artist laughing.. *  

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