Alexander MacCulum Scott was born in the Boathouse on the bank of the Clyde:
A collection of films on just about any topic. The name ‘omphalos’ comes from this quote by the Edinburgh writer, Candia McWilliams: Referring to Oxford: “Anyhow, Edinburgh knows that it is the centre of the known world. And wheesht to your omphaloi” . . . “Has a doughnut an omphalos?”
It was lovely to find Earlshall featured in this week’s Scotland on Sunday and to hear how yew shapes abandoned in an Edinburgh garden were brought to this Fife garden … Continue reading Shapes abandoned
Hole ousia is about subjectivity in a WORLD where time passes. It cannot be easily studied [It needs no promotion] – it just is.