Walking on Mull: Kilvickeon, landscape of the dead and the dispossessed

3 thoughts on “Walking on Mull: Kilvickeon, landscape of the dead and the dispossessed”

  1. Hello; I love your photos and your words about your visit to Mull. I went there 10 years ago, and have visited many Scottish islands. I don’t know MacFarland (approriate name, yes?) but am inspired to go to the library and get hold of ‘The Wild Places’. It sounds a fascinating read from your excerpts. I’m an artist with particular interest in the land, and the way our ancestors made marks and patterns on it. Particularly interested in archaeology; of which Mull, and the Scottish islands, has much to find! Thank you for posting. Best wishes Jan (Wakefield, England)

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