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Tag Archives: Fiona Pitt-Kethley
Some years ago, I found an unknown spot in the Rambla de las Colmenas. High above old mines were slag heaps full of barite, black and white and crystalline, clean as the day they smashed it from the rocks. No … Continue reading
In summer, various fires break out on hills. The yellow helicopter comes to douse the flames with water scooped up from the sea. It’s cheap and fast to stop a fire this way. The salt, some say, may kill the … Continue reading
A flight goes down, a wall blocks out the light. No reassuring distant entrance view. Steps far too small for adult modern feet. I sit on them, edge myself by degrees. Part of me wants to bring a broom in … Continue reading