The snow is lying very deep. My house is sheltered from the blast. I hear each muffled step outside, I hear each voice go past. But I’ll not venture in the drift Out of this bright security, Till enough footsteps come and go To make a path for me.“ ~Agnes […]
I wonder if it will be—can be—any more beautiful than this,’ murmured Anne, looking around her with the loving, enraptured eyes of those to whom ‘home’ must always be the loveliest spot in the world, no matter what fairer lands may lie under alien stars. ~L.M. Montgomery, Anne of the […]
Sunset, The Great Ridge near Castleton, Looking towards Mam Tor, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire. Mam Tor” meaning “mother hill” so called because frequent landslips on its eastern face have resulted in a multitude of “mini-hills” beneath it. Photo: Kevin Sinclair.
“The Scots think of it as their capital; they’re too possessive, Edinburgh belongs to the world.” ~Edinburgh-born artist Richard Demarco. Photo: The impressive Balmoral Hotel Clock tower, Princes Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.
“December, being the last month of the year, cannot help but make us think of what is to come.” ~Fennel Hudson. Photo: Sunset at Sycamore Gap, Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland, England, by Roger Clegg.
Blow, blow, thou Winter Wind, Thou art not so unkind, as Man’s Ingratitude…“ ~William Shakespeare, ‘As You Like It’ Photo: Chipping Campden, a small market town in the Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, England.