I’ve spent the last couple of weeks in the UK, mainly in and around the beautiful county of Wiltshire. If you’re familiar with this part of southern England, you’ll know that it abounds with incredible prehistoric sights, including Stonehenge.
I’ve got several posts planned for the next couple of weeks about some of the beautiful places I visited, but this week’s travel theme and photo challenges from Ailsa, Nancy, Cee and Sue have given me an opportunity to preview one of my favourite prehistoric locations. One that I believe rivals Stonehenge itself. Avebury.
At Avebury you really do stand at the threshold of a mysterious and fascinating landscape. Especially on an early spring dawn, when the first rays of sunlight slant across the misty downs to gently kiss the enigmatic stone circle and surrounding monuments.
This week’s photo themes are Misty from Ailsa (of Where’s My Backpack?), Backlit from Nancy (of Nancy Merrill Photography), Smooth Objects from Cee (of Cee’s Photography), Contrast from Sue (of A Word in Your Ear) and Threshold from the Daily Post. And since we’re talking Misty and Mysterious it also fits with this week’s A to Z Challenge, which is the letter M.
And if that’s not enough for you, there are now three Jaspa’s Journey novels to enjoy as ebooks! Perfect for Kids 8 – 80!