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Dowsing the Maze

Glastonbury People (5)

Dowsing the Maze

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That is my kind of maze where I can see where I am going. Actually, the walkway is more my kind of maze. A straight line.
Lisl: You can meditate anywhere, even on a straight line, Michael!
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 13 Jan 2017, 02:42
A rune of Glastonbury...better be ready to duck your head as the dowsing rod starts to whiz and spin, Lisl!
Lisl: I'm an expert at that, Ray!
Nice capture, Lisl!
Lisl: Thank you, Elizabeth
Outstanding in her field, I'm sure, Lisl. smile
Lisl: Nice one, Ginnie
  • Martine
  • France
  • 13 Jan 2017, 06:24
Magnifique église !
Lisl: One of Somerset's best, Martine
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 13 Jan 2017, 07:10
Well, I've no idea what she's hoping to find or to achieve but I'm sure she's enjoying he experience. The church tower looks way out out of proportion for the size of the church.
Lisl: Most of the Somerset Towers of that era are huge, Alan
  • Chris
  • England
  • 13 Jan 2017, 07:30
Something that has to be done Lisl
Lisl: She was concentrating on trying to interpret the movements of the rods
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 13 Jan 2017, 07:33
I don't know this labyrinth - but I know the lady?
Lisl: You have walked by the labyrinth, but don't know the lady - at least, I don't!
The rods suddenly swing round and pointed to the nearby cafe
Lisl: Have you no sense of decorum, Bill??
  • jpla
  • Anjou
  • 13 Jan 2017, 09:44
Meilleurs vœux à  toi
JP
Lisl: And to you, many thanks
What a great spot for a labyrinth.
Lisl: There is one in our local Church, but the present incumbent has it covered over
  • Hugh Soar
  • England
  • 13 Jan 2017, 11:14
Is this an ancient, ritual maze ? or something created by latter day pagans ?.
Lisl: As it is in a Churchyard, I suspect it is a modern maze created by Christians. There is one in Batheaston Church, but it has been covered up
We went to somewhere with a maze like this last year but for the life of me I can't recall where it was.
Lisl: Perhaps you will come across it again, Brian
  • Anne
  • United Kingdom
  • 13 Jan 2017, 14:17
It looks fascinating, has the maze got historical meaning Lisl?
Lisl: Yes, it is based on a Cretan Maze. There is a prehistoric one cut into the rock near Boscastle
Is this lady lost and using her gps to help her navigate?
Lisl: Spot on, Chad!
A somewhat cheap maze - no hedges!
Lisl: Known as a turf-cut maze, Tom
this is a special moment to capture Lisl... i'm sure that she was successful at her task...

not only that but she has nice hair just like you....petersmile
Lisl: Thank you, Peter - mine has changed colour!
this is an interesting shot, Lisl. i like the maze patterns and lush grass.
Lisl: I was pleased to catch her dowsing in such a place, Ayush
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 15 Jan 2017, 07:57
I remember being there, fascinating, very fascinating. A wonderful picture to give scale.
Lisl: Thank you, Astrid. A favourite place of mine, just near the levels where I can bird-watch
belle prise!! amitiés
Lisl: Merci beaucoup, jean pierre
  • CherryPie
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 17 Jan 2017, 00:06
I love the maze, I am always fascinated by them. Ancient or Modern smile
Lisl: I agree. It is always good to find a new one cut

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