On the hill above Wycoller stands the Panopticon, a giant pebble with Emmental-cheese windows on the outside, offering a variety of perspectives on the Lancashire landscape from the inside. It's curious. It's intriguing.
When I enter, I feel as I do when I start to write something. I know the territory I want to engage with. I can see the subject from a variety of angles. BUT I also feel my own limitations and wait for the language which will take me outside my confines.