Picture prompt

I’ve been absent for so long that I thought I’d give this one a little go.

DSCN0210The Cairn had always been there, it told of ancient times and modern times. It did change, old stones fell away or disappeared, new ones were added. It held the spirits of the ancestors and the spirits of loved ones, it was a symbol most respected. People came and people went but the memories lived on. The stones lived on, watching waiting and would still be there when man left, when man moved on.

(Just something simple for you, taken on a trip to Iceland)

Rosie Amber

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4 comments on “Picture prompt

  1. At first, I thought it was a pile of do-do.

    Don’t know how, probably need new glasses.

    Very well-written and interesting.

  2. Better say that quietly! They have a lot of them in Iceland!

  3. I first thought it was a rabbit sitting on a rock. Reminds me of the stones in England that follow the ley lines.

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