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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