Wishing Wells

Such a fantastic response to  Crimson’s Creative Challenge this week has inspired me to share a couple of photos dating back 20 yrs (pre-digi, point&click camera, terrible quality). They were taken at Swallowhead Springs, source of the Kennet river in Wiltshire, near the mystical Avebury Circle and Silbury Hill.

My daughter, surrounded by prayers: Sept 2004

It was a windy day. An ancient willow guards the springs. Tokens of every kind accompany the prayers: candles, slips of fabric and paper, photos, even a carrier bag!

Sept 2004

 

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19 Responses to Wishing Wells

  1. Dale says:

    That is so lovely!

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  2. Joy Pixley says:

    Willows are such magical trees. I’m not surprised they have so many traditions attached to them.

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  3. Ben Naga says:

    Still full of memory though, I suspect.

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  4. Wow. The tree looks so magnificent ❤️

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