Tag Archive: Orkneys

Monochrome Madness 3-3

Coming on the heels of the Siren’s Bones (chapter 3) (thank you dear readers!)-  I’m slowly catching up this week so do visit Leanne Cole and Monochrome Madness– if you want to join in on… Continue reading

Monochrome Madness 2-40

this is my entry for Leanne Coles Monochrome Madness.  Visit her blog for all the great submissions every week. the treeless spaces on the Orkney Islands (at Skaill House)  have a lonely beauty… Continue reading

Skara Brae and the Maeshowe Tomb

For Ed Mooney’s great History Challenge on Wednesday- In the winter of 1850 a wild North Sea storm uncovered Neolithic ruins at Skaill Bay on the Orkney Islands of Scotland.  Further excavations and study determined that… Continue reading

Some Gaelic Canadiana in monochrome & Ed Mooney’s History Challenge

Ed Mooney, the Ruin Hunter and author of Ed Mooney Photography on WordPress has got me going. He promises a ruin hunter badge.  Well, we don’t have many ruins in Canada but we… Continue reading

In The Mouth of the Wizard’s Well- Star Child Musings

And a few travel photos from A Space Odyssey by Stanley Kubrick the star child contemplates earth  Before the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Persia, and Greece there were even prior civilizations. Whether or not… Continue reading

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    the creations and builds of virtual worlds are worthy of exploration too. One of my top adventures and stories has been Rand Miller’s and Cyan’s Myst series and the online caverns of Uru which is a spin off of Myst.