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Autumn mist and ferns – part four; the bronze age settlement

I am still living and dreaming ferns and clay. While walking across the East Hill in lemon sunlight, I imagine a bronze age settlement alive with people and horses. A woman from the camp walks towards me across the bracken. Her shape is dark against … Continue reading

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