The following poem is addressed to Robert Hepburn who died in Temple, 1798. It is based on a stone gateway that has out-survived the house that it long since introduced. … Continue reading Last Monday
On the back of a tombstone in Humbie Churchyard I came across this inscription: You will notice that, in the second line, the inscriber ran out of room. Footnotes: *The … Continue reading The inscriber ran out of room
In Humbie Churchyard I came across this incredibly intricate and well-preserved 17c tombstone: This tombstone recalls the SKIRVING family of: At the bottom of the tombstone is this carved Angel: … Continue reading ‘WE AL MUST PAS’
I visited the Ormiston Yew on Monday 7th September 2020:
My fascination with Yew trees has neither a beginning nor an end.
I was recently traveling through the charming village of Stenton in East Lothian and came across Adam and Eve!
Yesterday I had a lovely day out with my mum and my older sister. The sun was shining and we followed the coastal route to North Berwick. It was braw … Continue reading A day out with . . .
This was filmed at Gosford Mausoleum on Sunday 11th March 2018. Seeing, hearing, knowing and the clock, should never give way to: Observing, listening, being and becoming.