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Sculpture 30: risen

Angels in St Edmunds churchyard, Crickhowell, Powys

Angelic figures are popularly represented on tombstones, no doubt because of the Gospel accounts describing such a figure appearing at Jesus’ tomb after the Resurrection. 81 more words

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The Yews of Abergwesyn

LLANHIFANGEL ABERGWESYN

Heather, royally purple, clothing the hillsides above.
Around the circles of Llanhifangel Abergwesyn,
The silver, sanding shores of Irfon, curved and rippled.

Sheltered from sheep, this round silent shield… 91 more words

Yews of Llywel

YEWS OF LLYWEL

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Older than theologies,
Blood grail holder
A taste of cinnamon and rust.
He would have stood here shaded,
Llywel, eyes following your dark spirals, 190 more words

Beginning to settle in

The past week has seen me working on a variety of tasks at work – including (but definitely not limited to) making new information displays for the visitor centre, writing Facebook posts for the Trust, rearranging some of the interpretation at the centre, starting research into a report that I will be writing and of course, the usual running of the visitor centre for the long weekend (Fri-Mon). 498 more words

Reserves

today's holiday: World Bog Snorkelling Championship

World Bog Snorkelling Championship

Peat bogs are areas of wetlands that are plentiful around the United Kingdom, so in the 1980s folks in the small town of… 68 more words

Portals 41: hinged

GatesĀ in Crickhowell, Powys, Wales

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