Uragh stone circle, Beara peninsula, Co. Kerry

Uragh Stone circle

Uragh stone circle, Beara peninsula, Co. Kerry The drive to Uragh is beautiful, a few miles up a winding single track road, dotted with reluctant-to-move sheep.  A few hundred yards walk up a footpath and then at the crest of the hill you come to the stone circle with its amazing backdrop and distant waterfall. […]

stone circle, ardgroom, co kerry, ireland

Beara Peninsula

Stone Circle, Beara Peninsula, Co. Kerry, Ireland ‘Inspirational Image’ has been a bit quiet recently while I’ve been catching up after a trip to Ireland.  I was in County Cork and County Kerry, exploring the energies of the landscape and the ancient stone circle energetic engineering with master dowser Michele Fitzgerald.  I love Scotland, but […]

Stone circle moon

Moon at the stone-circle tree Winter has come.  After an incredibly stormy week for us I awoke to a half inch of snow this morning, and ice everywhere.   I took a walk out on the moor this afternoon, to get my feet in the snow, and went out to the ancient stone circle (actually a […]

Stone Circle

Loch Nan Carraigean Stone Circle, Strathspey This pine has grown up in the centre of the ancient stone circle, out on its own in the moorland.  I love the atmosphere in this photo, from the character and energy of the old pine  and the combination of winter colours. Being out in nature helps to ground […]

Stone Circle

Stone Circle, near Aviemore England had all that snowfall last Monday – and we had none!  Until midweek, that is.  Thursday saw 8 inches or so, and on friday night another 12 inches fell. I’m feeling glowing and tired after several great ski expeditions around the valley.  Here’s a local ancient stone circle from yesterday’s […]

Brodgar Sunset

The Ring of Brodgar, Orkney – Winter Sunset. I headed to Orkney this last week, playing with all of the elements.  Blizzards and drifting snow, with a rather arctic windchill, followed by spring days of perfect sunshine and blue skies – and no wind whatsoever – the Orcadian equivalent of snow in the Sahara!  Everywhere […]