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- Rhitongue in Winter -

Painting No. 88

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Moine location

Old fence posts, and the tumbled stones of an even older wall, mark the boundary of a field where generations of Rhitongue crofters have farmed their 5-acre allocation of land since they were resettled during the Clearances.  Today, the fence has been rebuilt and the field provides grazing for a small herd of Highland cattle.  At the time of this painting, however, both history and the future were blanketed by snow - a beautiful but temporary illusion of newness and purity.  A pair of blackbirds, transient creatures in themselves, served as a reminder that our seemingly important human activities are but a small detail on a much greater canvas.   



(NC500) - Walk from the Weaver’s car park at Rhitongue down the short road past the cottages to see this view.