It is a strange feeling to stand at the water’s edge at Holme-next-the-Sea and, as the waves break gently on the beach,try to imagine the scene 4000 years ago. This is the beach where a Bronze Age community created a sacred edifice we refer to as Seahenge.
What were these people like? What was their life lije? What were their beliefs?
What further mysteries lie hidden beneath the waves?
What conclusions might distant future generations form about life in Norfolk in 2018?
This image is derived from reflections in the garden pond. It reminded me of the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland.
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Within the wider winter scenes presented in the previous post, there are vignettes of interest that encourage closer attention, further experimentation and alternative interpretation.
Perhaps an appropriate image on the eve of Guy Fawkes Night!