Tag Archives: pilgrimage

North-easterly VII: A final grace

“…Manifest thy light for my regeneration, and let the breadth, height, fullness and crown of the solar radiance appear, and may the within shine forth!” Abbe de Villars, ‘The Comte de Gabalis’ “We’ve just got to the top of the … Continue reading

Posted in Ancestors, Ancient sites, Photography, The Silent Eye | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 8 Comments

Going west – Nevern church

St Brynach’s church at Nevern stands right on the bank of the little river Caman. The old tower, the only part of the old Norman church still surviving unchanged, is within feet of the water that sparkles beside a narrow … Continue reading

Posted in Ancient sites, Churches, History, Mythology, Photography, Spirituality, The Silent Eye, travel, Wales | Tagged , , , | 8 Comments

Discovering Albion – day 3: Welsh border raid…

It was, when I think about it, one of our ‘raids’; one of those rapid incursions which usually happen we visit somewhere an event is about to start. Like the wedding we almost gatecrashed, although we were to be fair, … Continue reading

Posted in adventure, Ancient sites, scotland road trip | Tagged , , , , , | 9 Comments