Tag Archives: Photography

Lest you doubt who you are – Alethea Kehas

I have been missing Sue, I’m sure I always will. Some days the pull to feel her presence is stronger than others. The other day, a friend of mine asked if I had reached out to her across the veil. … Continue reading

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Weland Mind-Weld…

14th September 2021… * ‘On such a day as this two fools who laughed at death embarked upon the adventure of a lifetime…’ * …Today, the adventure is all but over with just a sealing of fire and water, inevitably, … Continue reading

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For Wen…

* Whiter than the swan on a lake Whiter than the gull of the stream Whiter than snow on the high-peak. * Like a wave of the sea from ebb to flood Slender as the tall-birch, blowing… Of a shape … Continue reading

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Stone Shepherdess…

Images from Callanish, June 2019… *** *** *** *** *** *** ***    

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Crouching Tiger…

Images and Text from the Silent Eye Workshop: Whispers in the West… Or maybe… * Not quite… Continue Viewing at The Silent Eye

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Reflected #midnighthaiku

Lens at the ready Rainbow cows and peaceful seas Awaiting capture Reflections reflect A vision of reality The world in our eyes

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Temple of Living Lore…

Maiden Castle * “Of course, once you have written one book, the next one is easy…” * It was true that we still had things we wanted to say, and some things which we had thought might make it into … Continue reading

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Birds of a Feather

That the birds were there first means little to Ani. It is, as far as she is concerned, her garden and she decides who gets to play in it. Apart from the stray babies, those she makes an exception for … Continue reading

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Aira Force ~ Mike Biles

Reblogged from A Bit About Britain…a place of extraordinary beauty: The walk to Aira Force, a small but beautifully formed waterfall in England’s Lake District, is a favourite.  It’s great if you’re not feeling like struggling up a serious fell, … Continue reading

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Windblown stone

Still stuck at home… possibly for good now… I can still share memories and previous visits to places that have special meaning for me. Some, like Brimham, were magical, both in their own right and to the eyes of the … Continue reading

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