Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge

Boxing day drive up antrim coast

 A graveyard called Ardclinis, where a crozier lay on the ruined church windowsill until mid 1700’s.

A Hawthorn, ‘fairy’ tree was decorated with rags & white stones, there are a few of these around. The freezing cold wind made it impossible to explore further up into the limestone crags surrounding.

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Very annoyed at this vandal who's been cutting down trees that don't belong to them in a small copse of trees i walk through everyday. If they're poor and desperate for firewood there's tonnes of felled seasoned logs just 12m away. Or fallen trees blocking paths nearby.  Or other places not far which need thinning out. Some people have no sense of a place, no respect for nature, no regard for the environment or how precious native trees are. I'm going to track them down, i take trees seriously. 😢 🌲💕
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