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Theme: Darkness


Witches Candle

Okay - not sure if this qualifies. I mean afterall, there is some light but you have to admit, it's a pretty dark picture.

Crazy story here too. While we were in London in 2006, we took a tour out to Avenbury and Stonehenge (one of those private access to Stonehenge things). If I ever get around to writing my trip report, you can read all about it. Anyway, while we were in Avenbury, we saw these three women, dressed in colorful clothes (tops and scarves really with black pants), hugging the rocks. I kid you not.

Later that day, we went to one of the buriel mounds in the area and ran into them again. Only this time they were inside the cavern, chanting, with candles lit, very strange, in an unfamiliar way. Anyway, I took a picture of one of the candles just to see if it would come out, and that's what I got.

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Ooo, very spooky picture and story!

Cool photo and funny story! Sounds like you ran into some mystical pagans. Have a good weekend.

That's one cool picture! And the candle is right in the center of the image. It does look spooky ...

Cool how the flame only lights up a tiny lenght of the candle!

This is a great photo for the theme...Happy Weekend!

That is such a cool photo!! I love the story also.


Great story, Kim, and great photo (with just the right touch of creepiness!)

Kim [TypeKey Profile Page]:

Thanks all. Annie, mystical pagans? Really - I never thought such a group existed.

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