Daily Archives: December 29, 2020

De Charny and Chivalry ~ April Munday

Reblogged from  A Writer’s Perspective: Perrin Remiet, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Geoffroi de Charny literally wrote the book on chivalry. In fact, he wrote three. It’s not known, however, how much what he wrote reflected or influenced the behaviour … Continue reading

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Discovering Albion- Day 7 : High as the Sun…

The parking ticket was heading towards its last hour as we headed for the remains of St Rule’s church within the Abbey precinct. The little church was built in AD1130 and although only a shell now remains, its tower still … Continue reading

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Hear and Bow…

* ‘This world is not a goods depot.’ * Reblogged from France and Vincent

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Beyond the bounds: Cultures…

* … Notwithstanding the benefits of pure service, which are indeed immense. * The ‘designers’ may also have needed to accomplish something else. * There is no doubt that the sites utilise magical principles to interact with the wider landscape. … Continue reading

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Lucky birds

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” J.M. Barrie When I was a girl we often spent New Year’s Eve with my great grandparents. Unless a neighbour could be … Continue reading

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Hope #midnighthaiku

Mornings dark and cold Summer’s bounty remembered Hope is rekindled *

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