Ceramic picture with original poetry In a painted and waxed frame.
Sometimes a lot can be said in a few lines. This picture is proof of that. Three hills and a sentence, but both suggesting a connection between this world and… well, you had to be there.
‘Thin places’ are those that the old Celts knew to be where heaven and earth were seperated only by the thinnest layer of skin. If you stand still in a thin place, it feels as though you can reach right through to the other side.