Three years ago, this happened. Please follow the link and have a read.
This was the first time that my partner and I stepped into the circle at Stonehenge, barefoot on the grass at sunset. My breath was literally taken away, and I couldn’t speak for a few minutes, such was the weight (literal, historical, spiritual… everything!) of the place. Not just the stones, but the land, Salisbury Plain itself.
A huge turning point in my work, it was also one of the most memorable days of my life. We gained some wonderful friends, joined together in love and community, following in the steps of our ancestors by truly marking such an occasion as we did.
I give thanks to those stones, to this land, and to the lovely people who asked us – a deep honour and privilege. The magic is still being made…
(Image copyright to the talented team at Peacock Obscura)