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Southern Entrance Stones to the Great Circle at Avebury It’s January, and I should be in Britain. I holed up in Avebury village the past two Januarys, a stone’s throw from the largest stone circle in England. It became my church, where I go to rekindle my soul. But the road sometimes takes weird twists - Click to read more

The southern entrance stones to the Great Circle at Avebury. Click here to view more images from the Avebury Word Heritage Site or to order art prints from The Wytchery It’s 1972 and I’m eleven years old, hanging out in the Carmi Public Library, which is about the only place I’m allowed to hang out. I - Click to read more

Southern entrance to the Avebury stone circle and henge. Click here to view images from Avebury “The woman who first gives life, light, and form to our shadowy conceptions of beauty, fills a void in our spiritual nature that has remained unknown to us till she appeared. Sympathies that lie too deep for words, too deep almost - Click to read more

The Cove in Avebury World Heritage Site. Click here to view more images from Avebury or to order a print from the Wytchery It’s about 11 p.m., January 12, 2016. I’m sitting on the ring stone near the southern entrance of the great circle of Avebury henge. It’s fucking cold. I’m fucking drunk. Still. How - Click to read more

Standing Stone of the Inner Southern Circle at Sunrise, Click here to view more images of Avebury circles and henge, or to order a print from the Wytchery A year to the day from this morning, I awoke at sunrise to find Avebury blanketed in snow. I hadn’t been that excited to see snow since - Click to read more

Barrows on Overton Hill, Avebury Circle, Wiltshire, Great Britain

Barrows atop of Overton Hill near Avebury. Click here to view more images or to order fine art prints Heading east on High Street from the center of Avebury, you find yourself at the beginning of a dirt track leading uphill. This was once the road which led from Marlborough to Bath, and the ruts - Click to read more

Devil's Den Dolmen. Click here to view more images or order fine art prints from the Avebury World Heritage Site It is naturally the subject of many legends in the district, and few, we imagine, of the people about would care to find themselves too close to it at the solemn hours of midnight, though one - Click to read more

View of Baden Will and the River Kennet near Avebury

Along the river Kennet, with Waden Hill on the left. Click here for more images from around Waden and Silbury Hills, or to order prints Things got a little hazy after the walk along Overton Hill and amongst the barrows. I finished the walk with a couple of drinks at the Red Lion. And then - Click to read more

A Crow in the Abbey Churchyard in Bury St. Edmunds by Cate Davies. Ravens, crows, they overlap in many ways. Both have long been associated with the the realm of the supernatural. Both are symbols of death. It was thought that when you died, a raven carried your soul to the otherworld. These winged creatures of darkness - Click to read more

The Dance, Someplace in Britain by Cate Davies. Click to order a fine art print of this image I was very young, there was a full moon, riding with with my grandmother and grandfather to a small town in southwest Indiana for a harvest celebration. It’s small towns around there, German heritage, it was another - Click to read more