West Norfolk Henge

      The autumn equinox and the sun rises behind and through a West Norfolk Henge showing up the east and west upper case 'L' to full advantage, we don't know what the significance of the 'L' is but it seems all important and symbolic.
      Watching the sunrise behind the Henge isn't what you would call a truly spiritual experience but as the sun is moving south there has been a quite perceptible change in the weather so it is a sign in the sky, a sign of change.
      OK, time to get the white gown out of the wardrobe and look mystical, staring into the rising sun calling on the trinity of gods known as Pike, Perch and Zander.



Bureboyblog said…
I'm trying to summon up the gods of the roach and dace at the present with sacrificial hemp caster and corn mainly.
Give them a go with punched bread. It worked a treat on the Roach, Rudd and Bream on Wednesday.
Bureboyblog said…
Sounds good. Make hay.