The Rillaton Cup A Druid sat on his daily seat offering a drink to all who passed by. He held a beautiful gold cup which would mysteriously refill after every […]
A few observations with regard to the bowl depressions on Stowe’s Hill (Stowe’s Pound) The jury is still out, but the opinion is that they are natural, but can that […]
The Cheesewring, its Pretty unique pile of stones The Cheesewring (Cornish: Keuswask) is a granite tor in Cornwall, United Kingdom, situated on the eastern flank of Bodmin Moor on Stowe’s […]
A seemingly uneventful walk to Park Head last night turned into something special. That’s Serendipity.
The evenings are getting lighter this image was taken at 6.15 pm last night, Roll On Summer.
Daffodils in the snow