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Watcher ~ Alethea Kehas #writephoto

I have been thinking about your presence held fast to the land. Your spirit woven into time, pressing against mine in a longing to be remembered, not for yourself, but for the body you cannot leave behind. In the moors, … Continue reading

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Fringe Benefits… Stuart France

* Another one of those ‘green-worm-holes’ presented itself. * * And we were hardly likely to refuse. * * Continue reading at Stuart France

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The well below the valley… Stuart France

* “Cadbury Castle is on the ‘line’ anyway.” * * “Which is possibly why we felt drawn here in the first place.” * Continue reading at Stuart France

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St Michael de Rupe… Stuart France

* “It is something of a ‘dream come true’ to be here, looking at this.” “In all its technicolour glory.” “Traditionally, Michael is depicted either ‘slaying’, or ‘fixing’, or as we might say, ‘drawing’,  or even ‘tickling’, the dragon, or, … Continue reading

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The Rock of Brentor… Stuart France

* ‘…A church, full bleak, and weather beaten, all alone, as it were forsaken…’ * “St Michael de Rupe?” “St Michael the Rock.” “I thought St Peter was supposed to be the ‘Rock’?” * * “The rock referred to here, … Continue reading

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Weather! … Stuart France

* Getting to the Hurlers proved easy enough… * * Clustered, as they were, around the extremities of Bodmin Moor… * * But the weather closed in… * * Almost as soon as we set foot to turf… * Continue … Continue reading

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Citadel of the Sun II… Stuart France

* … We had been at the mercy of the tides before. At Lindisfarne we were stranded on the ‘island’ for eight hours. This time we were ‘stranded’ on the mainland… There is something about causewayed isles that speaks to … Continue reading

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‘A very special place’… Stuart France

* The Eskimo has over fifty words for snow… * Carn les Boel, is marked on the map as a hill-fort but it is very different from the two ‘hill-forts’ we had just encountered on our Workshop… It is difficult … Continue reading

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Old haunts…

“I thought we could maybe have a run out to St Nick’s…” “That’s odd, I’d been thinking it was about time we had a wander out there…” There was a time when that little patch of Buckinghamshire was our playground. … Continue reading

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