Monday, 18 May 2009

On Safari in Cornwall (5)

Following Harry Safari, on a wet and misty day over the style to try and find the Ley Lines in Cornwall.
(Just a footslip here and I ended up on my arse in a puddle,
Talk about Ley Line - I found I was Ley Down .lol)

To learn more of the Ley Lines in Cornwall

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Timen - an - Tol-ley, Cornwall

by

The Society of Ley Hunters.

Here we all are standing where the Ley Lines should run.


DW divining for the Ley Lines - in B/W for the atmospheric feeling


Harry Safari - telling us An old Cornish tale with all his beautiful Cornish
enthusiasm.
To know all about Harry Safari
To end this post
The Lords Prayer - in Cornish.


To be continued.





11 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello Imac!
Great series!This Place Cornwall is amazing! Beautiful way to finish the trip with a prayer.
Beautiful pictures as well!Thanks!
Léia

Laura ~Peach~ said...

more awesome pics... that bee looks like you could pet it ... another excellent header pic!

Kitty said...

I love reading about your antics! I suppose leying down was inevitable with all that rain! Did you manage to find the ley lines? Not sure what I make of them - on reading the wikipedai article, I like the original theory that things got aligned along straight paths through the forests. Any theories?

George said...

Another fascinating chapter in the story. I've long wanted to make a return visit to the U.K., but now I want to add Cornwall to my itinerary.

Michele said...

I love this post, to see the Lord's Prayer in Cornish is pretty special and the B & W photo definitely does portray that perfect atmosphere... I like that one especially!

ancient one said...

This trip is very interesting... I think I'm caught up... Love that you ended this post with prayer..

Granny on the Web said...

Awww! did the pub run dry then? seeing as you have now to search outside for the water.
Why didn't someone take a picture of you in a puddle?
Love the header photo of the Big Bee!

Love Granny

Gattina said...

It looks a little cool and windy, lol ! I doubt I would understand cornish.

RuneE said...

I can truly say I understood ONE word of that prayer...

Abe Lincoln said...

Super post imac. Loved learning more history.

Gobsmacked

fishing guy said...

Mac: Neat photos of the walk and climb over the wall. The only part of the Cornish Prayer I understood was Amen.