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Flying kites…

The original post from 22nd March, 2013 in which Sue describes day three of our adventures in what was to become the story of, The Initiate… I woke yesterday to two lines in my inbox that brought a sense of … Continue reading

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Kite #midnighthaiku

Sailing frozen skies Unceasing flight devours time New sun rises red

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Discovering Albion – day 5/6: The Kirk on the Bay

We took the road across the hills, drinking in the green and white beauty agains the backdrop of blue. It was a perfect day. The trip could have taken all day, with me slowing the car every few minutes to … Continue reading

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Discovering Albion – Day 3: Mud and Earthworks

We left Chester in search of lunch… oh yes, that had only been the morning, but what a morning! A wonderful start to our holiday research trip and in perfect weather too, which was a bit of a relief. I … Continue reading

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As my brain is otherwise occupied at the moment… a reblog from six years ago… “It’s a humming bird moth!” said my younger son as he got out of the car. I’d picked him up to fix his suit for … Continue reading

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Calling #midnighthaiku

Winter’s chill lingers Summer seems a distant dream Horus calls the sun *  

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Hawk #midnighthaiku

* The hawk of morning soars Grace above a sleeping world Silent wings unseen *

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Ill-concealed hunter Predator poised for action Hiding its defeat Vanquished by the smallest bird Boldly defending her young  

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The relationship game

Every morning, for the past couple of weeks, the buzzard has been there, perched on a fence beside the main road as I drive to work. Even when I have had the camera with me, there has been nowhere to … Continue reading

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Flown #midnighthaiku

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