Daily Archives: October 23, 2017

Fortingall…

 

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A berry long time ago…

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Before Worshippers…

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And Scholars…

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And Monarchs…

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And Warriors…

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And Romans…

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And Scorts…

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And Picts…

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The Iron Age…

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The Bronze Age…

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And The Stone Age…

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This tree was planted…

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And it is still alive today.

 

 

Solstice of the Moon: All that glitters…

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

You could easily drive past and never know it was there. Even hoping that we were on the right road and might just find it, we almost missed it… almost, but not quite. I have never known the name of this place that I had stumbled on so long ago by accident, I just know it is beautiful in a way that has always sung to my heart.

Pushing through the green veil of leaves, what first appears to be no more than a russet stream reveals itself to be a little piece of heaven. Heather crowns the sheer cliffs that embrace the tumbling waters. Where the stream is shallow, it runs crystal clear but tinted with peat, the gold of the moors. Where it runs deep…and it does… the pools are dark, icy cold and yet inviting.

The flow is swift, channelled to the lower falls through a steep…

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