Albion, Don and Wen, sacred sites

The Giant and the Sun – Going off at a tangent (A Thousand Miles of History)

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

The reason Stuart and I were heading south on our thousand-mile journey through the ancient places of Albion was one of the Silent Eye’s regular workshops in the landscape. The Giant and the Sun: Patterns in the landscape was due to begin in the tiny village of South Cadbury in Somerset, and that weekend was very much part of our journey. We manage to unhurriedly see and do so much on these weekends that it has become a regular comment that we must somehow stretch time… but this particular weekend was going to test that particular idea to its limits…

Every workshop needs a place to start, and with companions arriving from as far apart as Cumbria, London and America, you need to meet somewhere that is easily found. We knew full well that if we converged on the village pub and started talking we would never have time…

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