“BY WIDENING OUR CIRCLE OF COMPASSION TO EMBRACE ALL LIVING CREATURES AND THE WHOLE OF NATURE IN ITS BEAUTY, IS TO FREE OURSELVES FROM A METAPHORICAL PRISON”
This old mine in Dartmoor (National Park), Devon (England) is not in use anymore and you can see it from the road. I really like the feeling of ‘olden days’ in this. I think its called the Wheal Betsy Mine.
A self-taught, passionate photographer and writer – I love capturing beauty through the eyes of a camera. I have self-published 9 books, all non-fiction except one. My books are real life human interest topics that I feel are worthy of reflection.