Category Archives: Art

Peripheral Views…

* …Without ‘supernatural elements’ this type of conditioning would be unhealthy and is the one most beloved of insecure, manipulative minds intent on turning their victims into ‘Apes of Faith’. * Which is, perhaps, one of the reasons why the … Continue reading

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Time Travelling: Monumental memories

We could not leave Breedon on the Hill without mention of the Shirley family who left their mark on the little church in no uncertain terms. In fact, as soon as you enter the nave, your eye is immediately drawn … Continue reading

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Apparition…

* What was Abram’s experience? * If the story is to be believed… Abram threw his face to the ground at the sight of ‘something’. And when lifted from the ground by that thing, he then veiled his eyes from … Continue reading

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Time travelling: Fantastic beasts and where to find them…

The reason I had long wanted to take my companion to the church at Breedon on the Hill was carved in stone. On my first ‘accidental visit’, I had been astounded by a collection of cross shafts tucked away in … Continue reading

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The Letter Man: Comet…

* It is preferable to avoid this eventuality, but to think on Abraham is to be almost annihilated, and it happens time and again without fail. * For this reason it is nigh on impossible to make any sensible headway. … Continue reading

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Dear Wen: Edible…

Dear Wen… If you are referring to the comments made at Brimham Rocks, then you need to check your sources, the correct quotation I believe is, ‘You are becoming a ‘Fluff-Bunny’ which I stand by whole-heartedly, still, ‘Fluff-Bunny‘ is infinitely … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Edible…

Dear Don, You can’t help seeing the artistry in these sites, can you? Or at least not once you realise that the landscape itself is incorporated into an image so vast it mirrors the scope of the human heart. Anu … Continue reading

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Dear Wen: Vessel…

Dear Wen… It helps to be considering works of art which our stops tend to be… some made of stone… some made of earth… some made of wood… some made of glass etc. Well, that was the point I was … Continue reading

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Dear Don: Vessel…

Dear Don, “…regard the day as a vessel to realise that the more you pour into it the longer it lasts…” Nice. That sums it up perfectly. When you consider I was writing up the Avebury weekend for days…yet, really, … Continue reading

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Father Abraham…

* No one is greater than Abraham. Yet, who can understand him? He lived to the age of One Hundred and Seventy Five years. When he died his bones were kept in a cave. He became a Father of Nations … Continue reading

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