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Tag Archives: Neil Campbell
It had been six years since I’d walked that grouse moor, followed it around to Ladder Hill and descended down along the footpath, the right of way that took me through an enclosure for goats before a field and then … Continue reading
Pomona kestrel, you hover above the great foundations of glass viewing towers, you swoop and turn and revolve your reds and browns, but soon you will be lost behind the photographs that won the competition in the Apple Store. When … Continue reading
Kissing gate, I found you alone and walked towards the skies by myself. Waterfalls fell below kestrels. Ferries were tiny islands in the sound. There were meadow pipits and falcons in the summit clouds. Tossed oatcakes brought ravens. They tumbled … Continue reading
Low sun’s heat through skeleton trees. A grey squirrel sprinting over limbs. Woodpeckers in a thrashing chase. A house covered in holly and smoke. The path from Oldham filled with crows. A brief flash of deer eyes in forest. Stoodley … Continue reading
Getting up the hill was exhausting but once there we caught breath. We had to cross a road, strangely, before entering a field of horses. I was calm then and they came to me. We stroked them on that hillside … Continue reading
Strange how it is, the lack of atmosphere not a rose-tinted patch on the Kippax. You go in and take your seat and you feel like your childhood is missing. Where once you had climbed the stairs and walked through … Continue reading