Dol Fodha na Grèine

| February 13, 2017

This Valentine’s Day…at the going down of the sun…. There it stood, at the base of one Scottish soldier’s tablet…here at Seaforth Cemetery, Cheddar Villa. I am reminded of this image…this day…for its simplicity…its connection to a gravesite without mention of those who brought it here. Though it speaks to one it speaks to many. […]

Winged Symbols and the Great War

| September 5, 2016

The Angels Among Us Need No Introduction The great, tragic loss of life during the Great War was unprecedented, never had the world experienced such an unleashing of carnage that took with it a generation of endless possibilities. After the armistice finding ways to cope with these extraordinary losses took on many forms and symbols […]