water & light

Have you ever travelled to the edge of a dormant volcano and stood before the great ocean? Eshaness offers this.
Apparently,
It even share rocks with Nova Scotia 🙂
On the way, the lens captured amazing light. Here it is, in November’s splendour.

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Stanes –
out on the edge of the dormant volcano,
earth crust shrapnel,
Eshaness in my
hand.
#micropoetry fae #60N

© Nat Hall 2013

I came home with a pocket full of stones, eyes and heart filled with light and memories.

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