Hadrian’s Wall of Zen

Hadrian's Wall

Hadrian’s Wall (April 2012).

Please click on the photo for a much better view. There’s a black-headed sheep between the two walls. Can you see him?

This post is meant to serve a three-fold purpose:

  1. I hope you enjoy this moment of Zen, which is quite unlike the Jon Stewart variety.
  2. I’d like to think this is a teaser (or at least a preview) for an upcoming post on Hadrian’s Wall.
  3. I wanted to say that my Haunted House of Denbigh Moors post is taking longer than expected, so I’m going to post it tomorrow instead of today as indicated in my last post. Sometimes life happens…

And in case you were wondering, the photo is a view of Hadrian’s Wall facing west about a mile or so from Housesteads Roman Fort. (The one-and-a-half mile mark is at the bottom of the hill, but before the lake.)


About satnavandcider

An American expat living in England, exploring the United Kingdom and Europe through five senses and a camera lens.
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4 Responses to Hadrian’s Wall of Zen

  1. Yes! I see the the tiny sheep! Beautiful photo.

  2. I stumbled on your post…and love this shot (and the sheep looking on). Great shot!

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