Stonehenge, Castlerigg, Brodgar

4 thoughts on “Stonehenge, Castlerigg, Brodgar”

  1. your turn of focus is very admirable. heather grows abundantly in Britain, technically a nuisance as it is so aggressive, i detect a link between man & heather somewhere.
    shockingly despite it being my country, i have only visited Castlerigg. note the duality of the elements between southern Stonehenge & northern Castlerigg & Orkney, typical Britain.

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  2. A lovely, evocative piece of writing, conjuring up so many images of great standing stones, heather and lochs. I’ve been to Castlerigg many times and to Stonehenge once – a few weeks ago. I’d dearly love to get up to Brodgar at some stage, too. Your photos are excellent.

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  3. I think of the ending of Thomas Hardy’s novel – Tess of the D’Ubervilles and feel very sad the futility of the ending of her life in this way. It is haunting every time we drive past.

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