The Other Two Towers

Greetings. I hope you all found time to enjoy your solstice. I have been through a painful health issue in the last few days. Fear not though, because I remain unconcerned. The above pics are the second in our new London collection. I sincerely hope you like them. 

There are features in these pics familiar to folk who have never even been to England. 

For myself, I like to visualise this place as having clean air, with clean water, and clean new machines that may require the spark of fire – plus peaceful people; who are at peace with their station on the green earth.  

I hope you might share this vision I hold in the ethers for these noisy places which are situated all over the world; and thereby may those particular two towers remain worthy to stand, perhaps, for a few generations more.

Until next time, be steadfast, and abide in peace.

May the Light of Love radiate from the very centre of every atom that lies within every molecule of every cell in your loving body.

Photography ©Amanda Moloney.

This post is dedicated to study of The Fifth Element.


Author: amras888

Francis Moloney @Amras888 Composer, instrumentalist and Logic 8 software user. Bereavement Counselor retired. A Philosopher now disabled, bedbound but happy. Love my wife, son, and dog.

12 thoughts on “The Other Two Towers”

  1. Please know that right now, up here in our forest, Peace remains. The cottonwood leaves glisten in clear sunlight this still, cool morning. A squirrel hops from limb to trunk, jabbering. Somewhere — Peace remains, in this moment, on this planet. May that Peace find you in your place, and give you good Grace :)) I hope your condition subsides, and you stay well :)) Dawn

    (My husband and I are planning a ride on the horses today into the high country — I hope you will join us for a Virtual Ride)

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    1. Thank you so much for your consideration, Dawn. My strength is picking up again. Fortunately, I too live away from the city; though not as far away as I should like. You reminded me too that I used to go riding in the hills regularly when I was teenager; and also that my father was a blacksmith before the war. Thank you again, your virtual rides are wonderful.

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      1. Fantastic — a family history of horses is a blessed heritage! So cool to hear about your blacksmith father — I learned from my Uncle, who learned the trade after the war. Glad you enjoy my rides :)) :)) Be well!

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