Cleave at Musings From Us
Cleave at Musings From Us
Cleave at Musings From Us

Cleave at Musings From Us

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Reviews - Discussions - Whatnots On Many Subjects. Reviews from Cleave, Rhonda Will about books, movies, games and more. We even have recipes and rants too.

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Peacock Art on a Skimboard

Exile Skimboards - Bottom artwork + Insignia on the lower end. (Paulo Prietto Pro Model 2012 by Richard de Ruijter) Hardinxveld, Netherlands

Snakes Of Loki by Cleave. The intertwined snakes of Loki, the god of mischief and illusion. The father of the Midgard Wyrm, Jormurgandr and Fenris Wolf

Snakes Of Loki by Cleave. The intertwined snakes of Loki, the god of mischief and illusion. The father of the Midgard Wyrm, Jormurgandr and Fenris Wolf

Land's End, Cornwall, England

Land's End, Cornwall, England perfect timing is everything ( Sunset / Beauty / Nature )

The Dark Hedges in Ballypatrick Forest, Ireland

Dark Hedges in Ballypatrick Forest, Northern Ireland. Look at those trees. If it wasn't for the warm colors it would be a very scary view, at least on a dark night.

Preserved: A page in the St Cuthbert Gospel, a remarkably preserved palm-sized book which is a manuscript copy of the Gospel of John in Latin

Europe's earliest book: The seventh century St Cuthbert Gospel lay buried in a saint's coffin for hundreds of years and has now been bought by the British Library

'Danu' statue by Celtic artist, Maxine Miller. Danu is thought to be the great mother of the race of the Tuatha De Danaan, the ancient tribe of the Celtic people. She is the great goddess of flowing rivers and the life force that they bring to the earth. She is associated with agriculture, cultivation, and the nurturing of the land. She represents the cycle of life, death, and rebirth.

Danu Celtic Goddess statue by Maxine Miller in cold cast bronze. Mother of the ancient Celts, the Tuatha de Danaan, Ireland's Goddess of flowing rivers.

Autumn Pond by *tidesend

A splash of Autumn color on the trees, a gentle mist rises as the cool air meets the warm water, the eerie quiet and solitude, and the crisp clean air fills your lungs. Ah, but nature is beautiful ~bl~ .

Triskelion #Mandala with #Celtic Knot Pattern

A marvelous Celtic knot-work. Triskelion Mandela by artist Barry W Schenck.

Intricate celtic knot pattern cake!  Where oh where was this when I was planning my wedding.  So gorgeous!!!!!

Hold on to your knickers for this cake! Submitted by Rosemary D. and made by Bobbette & Belle Artisanal Pastries - - - That is one crazy Celtic creation. Or serious Celtic sensation, depending on how you pronounce it.

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