“The First Mirror as a place of the sun at night” as Nigel Pennick says in his book Celtic Sacred Landscapes. You cant help looking into the deep waters and thinking about all the faces who had peered in for maybe thousands of years! From the depths of the earth the water bubbles to the surface and its not surprising … Read More
Superhenge, Stonehenge and WalesHenge, I cant Wait to hear more !
I am so exited by the news of underground ruins at Stonehenge , Of late I have spent a lot of time at the welsh venues of St Lythams , Tinkinswood and Arthurs stone . for the best atmosphere try dusk or dawn but watch out for ghosts , these sites give you a really intimate experience of a long … Read More
Penarth, hooray for the Victorians
A million miles away from the hustle and bustle , walk on the beach with an old friend and imagine where all the ships are going . visit Penarth pier