Category Archives: Folklore

Song of the Seal

I sit on the edge of the land, feet dangling over the sea. The March sun is warm on my face. Around me, chewed cliffs curve up like a wing-backed chair. Across the bay, the headland seems to float on … Continue reading

Posted in Cornwall, England, Folklore, History, Ireland, Places, Scotland, Wales | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The Stones of Aran

Stone. Grey terraces that once poured from the sea and now lie exposed to the sun like mercury setting.¬†Shrinking and cracking as they dry, forced open by co-ops of thrift reclaiming their sky. Green puddles of meadow backed up against … Continue reading

Posted in Folklore, History, Ireland, Places, Plants, The Sea, Travel | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment