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My Poetry Book By Andrew McIntyre
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Poems about Scoland and Celtic mysticism.My views on places and people.Hopes for the future.The awakening of the celtic heart
Memories of Cullen By Andrew McIntyre
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A collection of poems and photographs, telling the story of visits to Cullen, a village on the Moray Firth ,Scotland.These are memories experinced by myself and are my views and comments.
My Calendar By Andrew McIntyre
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A calender of my images drawn on computer, digital art. reflecting myth and legend, themes from history namely ancient celt and viking.These images portray what i like and i hope everyone likes them... More > also.< Less
Memories of Cullen By Andrew McIntyre
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A collection of memories about holidays taken in Cullen in the sixties. we headed up a team under the auspisces of the Christian Endeavour. They had been taking the gospel message to Cullen since... More > 1949. Many of us were based at Lambhill Evangelical Mission on the north side of Glasgow close to Possilpark.The seaside services in its original form lasted until 1969.< Less
Cullen : sixties memories By Andrew McIntyre
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A personal collection of poems based on my memories.These days in the sixties were a special time especially for someone growing up. Cullen is a mgical place and anyone who has ever visited will... More > attest to.It is a small village on the Moray Firth in the North East of Scotland.Fishing was once the mainstay employment of Cullen, nowadays it is totally different. Although the main road from inverness to Fraserburgh road runs through the town ,it still retains a air of being somehow different and cut off from the world. On the shore of Cullen bay stands rock formations, of a rich reddish rock,called the "Three KIngs" so named after a battle fought there in the past.The legend states that three kings died in this battle.In history a battle did take place there called "Battle of Bauds"fought between scots and norsemen.Indulph was the scots leader not much is known about the Norsemen suffice to say they probably came from Orkney.In the village of Portknockie nearby a Pictish stronghold once flourished.A magical place< Less