Mankind loves gardens. They are the link between man and nature, that island of creativity, which visibly displays the scale of mankind's presence in big nature.
City dwelling mankind values in gardens the presence of nature itself within a small, private world. Thus the garden becomes the visible (...)
Ireland is a small country with a history reaching far back into Celtic paganism, into gods, goddesses, heroes, magic, war, poetry and story-telling, ancient stone edifices in which, when one stands near them or among them, it is easy to imagine feasting, and revelry resulting in argument and fighting. In one way, Ireland is a land of relics, remains, fragments, ruins, as if the violence and (...)