I suppose that nothing living had moved among those great stones for centuries.
They lay toppled against each other like fallen dolmens.
The huge stones were beasts, I used to think, of a kind that man ordinarily lived too fast to understand.
They seemed inanimate because the tempo of the life in them was slow.
They lived ages in one place and moved only when man was not looking.
Sometimes at night I would hear a low rumble as one drew itself into a new position and subsided again.
Sometimes I found their tracks ground deeply into the hillsides.
This necklace incorporates a focal lampwork bead by Dwyn Tomlinson, agate swirls and Kambaba jasper rondelles from BeadFX, chain from AD Adornments, and Atlantis polymer beads and earrings by StoriesTheyTell.