S E A W I T C H

We drove out to the East Lothian coast, to a place called Seacliff, from where you can feel the breath of the North Sea and the shadow of Tantallon Castle silhouettes the setting sun. Here, we climbed the rocky promontory at Seacliff harbour, a red sandstone rock stack known as The Ghegan. The site felt particularly infused with ancient magic, and the magic of the shifting tides as they cover and uncover the land. We watched the sunset, drank red wine from a quaich and danced with fire, as gulls and gannets wheeled over the Firth of Forth estuary.

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