Our Most Ancient Human Roots

Ireland in Autumn…a special time. The chill of early mornings and the ripening of hedgerow fruit. Blackbirds swooping low over woodland paths that wind out from the cottage.  Grass, wet with early morning dew and mist rising from the valley, wisping skyward towards Kilronan Mountain. The morning bridges late Summer and early Autumn in an […]

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Half Light and Shadows

The apricot glow of a fading October sky, merged with the heavy rustling of cows on the field across the lane, drawing me outdoors. This is a magical time of enchantment, with Nature and late evening light. Any noise on such a still evening exudes an eerie quality of something not understood…always best to go […]

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