Celtic Glory

Edge of the World

Edge of the World

The Celtic saints were often drawn to live on the 'edge of the world', on remote islands, mountain tops, hidden caves or sea shore cliffs. The ascetic hermit lifestyle was one of worship and communing with God and nature, away from the distractions of life.

St Helen's Oratory and Chapel, Cape Cornwall
St Helens chapel and oratory, Cape Cornwall Sept 30th, 2020
Fidden Cove, Mull, Scotland
Fidden Cove, Mull, Inner Hebrides Scotland
At the Edge of the World
At The Edge of the World
I Hear the Cry of the Dawn
I hear the cry of the dawn
I Left My Heart at Fidden Cove
I left my heart at Fidden Cove  
St Elidius, St Helen's Isles of Scilly
ST ELIDIUS (ENYS)
St Elidius and St Helen's Island, Isles of Scilly The Isles of Scilly Fidden Cove, Mull River Fowey St Constantine's Well, Constantine Bay, Cornwall St Helen's Isles of Scilly - remains of the Christian community St Helen's, Isles of Scilly - soft sand and blue sea St Helen's Isles of Scilly - wild, remote, beautiful St Elidius' prayer oratory The prayer oratory of St Elidius, St Helen's, Isles of Scilly Samson Island, Isles of Scilly The Scilly Isles St Martin's: edge of the world, Isles of Scilly Bryher, Isles of Scilly, Atlantic coast Bryher, Isles of Scilly, rugged coastline Bryher, the edge of the world - Isles of Scilly Bryher, looking towards the Atlantic coast, Isles of Scilly Bryher in the mist - Isles of Scilly Bryher in the Isles of Scilly Fidden Cove at high tide, Mull, Scotland Fidden Cove, sunrise, Mull, Scotland The Edge of the World, Cornwall The Cornish coastline. The Scilly Isles from the Air Constantine Bay, Cornwall The Isles of Scilly, off the Coast of Cornwall Purpitch Beach, St Martin's, Isles of Scilly St Martins, Isles of Scilly