Mullaghmore Reflection III

Mullaghmore Reflections II

 

Mullaghmore
A Dreamers door
To myths and magic
The great unknown
Mystery’s invisible shore

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  1. This is my favorite of your 3 Mullaghmore pictures. There is something about the balance between the stacked rocks, the large hill (also rock?) in the background and the trees that makes it feel complete.

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    • The large hill is a limestone ‘mountain’, a place that to me and many others has a sacred feel to it. No signposts or anything leading to it, either you know your way or stumble upon it (which is quite unlikely) πŸ™‚ Makes it the more special.
      Balance it is a good description, everything feels balanced there with a profound stillness, even in strong wind, this was a rare day and it does give one a feeling of being complete after having walked there…. I’m happy it’s transferred. Thank you Annette for sharing your sense of it.

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  2. ehkstream says:

    Such intriguing landscapes you have with word and eye.
    The arc of rock wall mirroring the arc of mountain, very nice composition.

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    • Ehk, it’s good to hear from you again!
      I am very intrigued by this landscape. This day I spent at least 7 hours up there hiking around and on my way back at sunset I saw this. It was breathtaking and the stillness vibrating inside for days after. If I can add a few words that lives up to the image, I feel something is completed, but sometimes the image is complete in itself and wish not to disturb them (which I somehow think these are, to me at least) however this place stirrs much I want to express, I tried to keep it simple though, the images calls for that simplicity. Most is to be found in between the lines…

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  3. Hanne-your recent photography is absolutely incredible! From an artists eye it is enchanting, and welcomes that ancient feeling of something hidden. From my geology background I want to go out there and take a closer look. πŸ™‚ Love the poem you included to capture its essence! We seem to both be dreamers in windows and doors-welcoming magic into our hearts. Our connection continues! ❀ So nice to see you again, Dear One.

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