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The Michael and Mary Line

Shortly after a chilly sunrise on a deserted Glastonbury Tor, looking south-westwards directly along the St. Michael Ley Line towards St. Michael’s Mount in Cornwall.  It is also known as the Michael and Mary Line owing to the two distinct energy currents that weave along its length.  The curved horizon is the result of using a 15mm fisheye lens with a 180-degree field of view from edge to edge.  This seems to add to the feeling of “otherness” people often experience on top of the Tor.  The enigmatic shape of Brent Knoll can be seen in the distance to the right, beyond the flooded Levels.

The Michael and Mary Line

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