Category Archives: Photography

Spectral ~ Sisyphus #writephoto

The old mill stands still, in the frozen landscape; there, they worked, had fun, sometime loved. Now, there is only emptiness, silent stones, pale ghosts recounting long forgotten stories. All round lived once a multitude, poor but hopeful. Children were … Continue reading

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXXVI: The knights come down to drink…

We had already been sidetracked by St Edwold’s tiny church, but we were definitely on our way home now. Except, we thought that as we were passing, it would be a pity not to visit the little village of Sutton … Continue reading

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Colours #midnighthaiku

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Forthcoming events with The Silent Eye…

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Full Circle?  – Finding the way home… Penrith, Cumbria Friday 7th – Sunday 9th December, 2018 ? Home. It is an evocative word. The images it conjures are different for each of us, yet…

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SLICED & DICED

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(Copyright: Sue Vincent) This was one location beyond both intrusion and inclination of even the most intrepid mortgage foreclosing agency.  Dilapidated, desolate and decrepit, the cold, damp and isolated stone structure reared its ugly head at…

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SPECTRAL MISTS

Originally posted on Iain Kelly:
‘Years since anyone has lived here.’ The cobwebs and thick carpet of dust, moss and dirt reinforced Daisy’s words. Wind blew in through broken windows, daylight entered where once the roof had blocked its path.…

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The Grayland

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© Sue Vincent At first Alise Egan thought she had been trapped in a cursed painting of herself facing an ocean wave, but then she realized it was an interdimensional gateway to another reality.…

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXXV: The smallest of churches

We were up bright and early for the final day of our journey home. We drove once more to Cerne Abbas, finding the village almost deserted and the church just being opened by the old gentleman who is the Keeper … Continue reading

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Web #midnighthaiku

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A Thousand Miles of History XXXXIV: Dog-sick with ice cream

By late afternoon I was flagging. We had been on the road for a mere six days, and although we never rush and we take our time at each of the sites we visit, we don’t stop either. It is … Continue reading

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