Saturday, 30 January 2016
Ravens and yew trees
Ancient folklore features in my latest posts for the website A Dorset Year.
For the first one, in which we ponder the fate of the 2,000 year old yew tree in Lush Places, I'm joined by my new neighbour, the lovely Natamagat, who is helping me with photographs. You can tell which ones are hers. They're much better than mine, but then she is a photographer.
In the second post, I'm surrounded by rooks and a solitary raven. Nevermore.
That's about it.
Love Maddie x
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