Tag Archives: waterfall
Black Linn Falls (1)
Rush and foam of falls, Gouging deep to winters heart. Dry golden leaves watch.
Black waters of forgetfulness Whipped to cream in rocky pools Echoing with ancient tales of the grail. Shrouded in coats of moss Water carved rocks rest eternally Under the hushed gaze of a seer. Past reflections offering answers From the … Continue reading
Echoes of Thundering Pool
Here are the rest of the photos I took at Thundering Pool in Northumberland a couple of weeks ago. The light is dim in the shaded hollow, and all the rocks are twisted and wrinkled into faces and shapes from … Continue reading
Tucked away in a northern corner of Northumberland lies the atmospheric Roughting Linn. The name has Gaelic roots, meaning thundering pool, and it has an undoubtedly mystical atmosphere. The path tumbles down almost unseen, from a farm track, through a … Continue reading