Stone Shepherdess…

Images from Callanish, June 2019…

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About Stuart France

Writer and Director of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School.
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43 Responses to Stone Shepherdess…

  1. willowdot21 says:

    Sue keeping those stones in line 💜

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  2. Mary Smith says:

    Stunning images, Stuart. Can’t wait to get there.
    I was sitting in Castle Douglas wondering where you’d got to as it was one of the times Carin Holy was on scheduled.

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  3. Ruth says:

    I love the atmosphere at Callanish – it feels so old and magical, like a portal to the past. I haven’t been there in years but in the life of a Bronze Age monument that’s probably about a second ago! I particularly love that last image, Sue looks at one with the stones as if she has become part of the mystical landscape herself. Sending hugs ❤

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  4. willowdot21 says:

    Reblogged this on willowdot21 and commented:
    Macical

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  5. Wonderful pictures Stuart, and Sue looks right at home amongst them. I have an idea they may well have been telling her their secrets.
    Thinking of you, Sue’s family and Ani ❤

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  6. Chills. Thank you for sharing these ❤️

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  7. noelleg44 says:

    I told Sue that one of my goals was to visit these stones – I think her spirit will be there!

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  8. How very beautiful, all 😊❤

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  9. At one with the stones.

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  10. Thanks for sharing this. She’s become one with the stones and the land she loved.

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  11. These are lovely pictures, Stuart. Thank you for sharing them.

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  12. KL Caley says:

    Beautiful. Thank you for sharing. KL ❤

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  13. Eliza Waters says:

    She is home at last. ❤
    Darn, now I'm weeping again…
    How are you and Ani faring, Stuart?

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  14. petespringerauthor says:

    That’s remarkable. One could easily miss her. I hope to one day visit there.

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  15. restlessjo says:

    What a wonderful surprise this morning. I missed it yesterday 🙂 🙂 I just published a Midnight Haiku, Stuart. She’s still with us, isn’t she?

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  16. V.M.Sang says:

    She will always be with those who knew her, whether virtually or lucky enough to have known her in the flesh. Whenever I visit an ancient place, I’ll think of her. I’m sure she’ll be there.

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  17. Such a sense of kinship and belonging here. She looks natural and at home. Thanks so much, Stuart, for sharing this series of photos. 💗 Thinking of you, the kids, grandchildren, and Ani. Love and light to you all.

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  18. Darlene says:

    These photos are wonderful. Thanks. Sending hugs to you and Ani. xo

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  19. Widdershins says:

    She’s visiting all those Stones from the other side now … which is as it should be. 🙂
    How are you holding up, Stuart, you and Ani?

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  20. Jules says:

    Thank you for sharing this history… I looked up the Stones.

    almost timeless there
    slower breath, those stones exhale
    guides of Callanish

    ©JP/dh

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  21. Charli Mills says:

    A gorgeous sequence of photos, Stuart. It reminds me of a passage from an essay: “And she is this Earth’s gardener. a rock gardener, a stone teller, a stone tender. She knows these rocks, every one of them; they’re her people, her children, her tribe.” Sharon Blackie.

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