I had a lot of fun rambling down the hedgerows last week, seeking the Faery places. I’ve included both the original and the shifted sight photos of each shot I took. Each one takes you closer. Click on the top left photo in the gallery to follow the path.
Now the way is clear.
A hole in the hedge.
Twigs become bridges, gaps become entries to houses.
Mice and Hedgehogs might huddle here.
The outer courtyard of the Faery King’s summer home.
There’s definitely a route here.
But shift your sight sideways and you realise that you are likely to meet a Pixie.
I actually almost caught Faery in the original shot.
It didn’t take much of a shift to know how close you are coming.
This is just an opening in a hedge …
It’s there, through the gap. Not close enough yet, to cross the Faeries’ Border.
It’s clearly the entry to a Faery house.
The door frame becomes legs walking down the leafy steps to the Ivy path. But what I saw through the gap … I almost became lost in the very sight of the World of Faery.
I hope you’ve enjoyed skirting the Faeries’ ways with me this week.