Posts Tagged ‘ author inspiration ’

Elen’s inspiration

Dec 2nd, 2014 | By

Elen Sentier shares some beautiful images that were part of the inspiration for her book Elen of the Ways… Elen of the Ways, this is a practical handbook filled with tried-and-tested exercises, journeys and experiential work for the reader to engage in. Essential reading for anyone wanting to begin the old British paths, it will

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Author inspiration – Usk Falls

Oct 18th, 2014 | By

As part of our ongoing author inspiration series, Melusine Draco shares this beautiful image of wild water, taken by her friend Polly Langford. You can almost hear the powerful rush of it…



Author inspiration: The river and the dead

Oct 12th, 2014 | By

By Nimue Brown No photo could do proper justice to this space. You can’t really see the scale of the barrow. I’m sat on – it’s taller than I am, a long barrow on the edge of a common. Nor can you see the scale of the landscape, the sinuous length of the River Severn

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author inspiration: The high temple

Sep 12th, 2014 | By

Laura Perry shares inspiration… This is a photo I took of the largest step-pyramid temple at the Maya sacred site of Lamanai in Belize. I traveled to Belize hoping to explore some of the places I had seen in snatches of dreams and visions. This particular step pyramid inspired a full-on vision in the middle

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Author inspiration: Cat Scramble

Sep 2nd, 2014 | By

by Elen Sentir Places like this feed me. It’s autumn, we’ve been out gathering chestnuts for dinner and have a whole rucksack full now dumped in the car and decided to go for a walk up Cat Scramble. The walk got its name from the pony of one of the Acklands who loved this place

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