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The Tale of Bally-mac-Buan II… Stuart France

* …Afterwards the same uncanny man went to the south and accosted Elaine as she was resting from her travels in a sun-trap. “From whence do you come and where are you heading, unknown?” said Elaine. “From the mouth of … Continue reading

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The Tale of Bally-mac-Buan… Stuart France

* Bally ‘sweet-speech’ the renowned story teller secretly arranged to tryst with Elaine, daughter of king Fergus. The one from Ulster, the other from Leinster… Both set out to meet at Ross-na-Ree on the south side of the river Boyne. … Continue reading

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Pondskating

Image: Wikimedia Commons “Salmon of Wisdom Dodging hazelnuts swims the hungry salmon, swallowing the nuts as they plunge into the depths. Pity the poor pondskater skimming the surface while beneath lies the kernel of wisdom, waiting for those who plunge … Continue reading

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Aural Sculpting… Stuart France

* …Such notions remain controversial Some, might also regard them as ‘obscure’ Or even ‘perverse’… Yet, is there a trickle of interest From, admittedly, ‘antiquated minds’ Continue reading

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Spotted World … Stuart France

* “Leap off the Now-Ledge into Is-Dom And never a cross-word between them.” “That’s just wicked!” “Glass of tea, Vicar?” – Salman Poyst * Source: Stuart France

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Thursday photo prompt – Alone #writephoto

Every Thursday at noon GMT, I publish one of my photos as a writing prompt. Throughout the week I will feature a number of the responses here on the Daily Echo as space allows. Every week, a full round-up of … Continue reading

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Photo prompt round-up – Watchers #writephoto

The photo for this week’s prompt was taken on the slopes of Fin Cop. You can see these rocks from a great distance, but it is not until you get closer that you see the Giant whose story still lingers … Continue reading

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