When the sea mist rolls in from the cornish sea, there is a deep feeling of mystery and magic. Filled with stories of mermaids, shipwrecks, myths and folklore. The salty waves unchanged and our footprints in the sand have other stories to tell of this time, one day to be a myth too.
Sea Witch. Amanda Clark 2011.
Ancient megalith stones. New secrets unfolding all the time. Who were we then and how much of the old wisdom have we lost.
Upon Rough Tor. By Amanda Clark 2010.
Beautiful colours of Rocky Valley near Tintagel. If you follow the path here you come to an old mill and 2 labyrinths carved on the stones of the valley wall. Then follow somemore and you reach the ocean.
If you follow this same path the other way, you can walk through the most enchanting wood I have ever seen to the sacred place of St Nectan's Glen. A sacred waterfall.
' The Picture Parlour' art galley in Boscastle. A beautiful little gallery. They have some of my original paintings and prints for sale. There is also a 'Witch Museum' in Boscastle.
Glastonbury Tor at Summer Solstice 2010. There is an art gallery in the town. Glastonbury Art Gallery also stock my work.