A young witch walks alone at night, her senses heightened by the moon at its full potential, a shrill hits the air an she runs back to her village only to see another witch-- she's cursed to live forever.
Tonight, just as the sun sets and the moon rises, let's take a walk in the crisp, still air. Let's listen to the crunch of the snow under warm boots and feel the kiss of the cool air on cheeks and noses. It's a good night to burrow deep under toasty blankets or soft, deep snow. - British Country Clothing offer a range of quality British made clothing ideal for country walks
Limehouse, Greenwood's Map of London 1827. Showing Rope Walk (now Ropemakers Field), Ropemakers Street (now Ropemaker's Fields). Also visible is another Rope Walk along the edge of Limehouse Basin, roughly where Northey Street is now.