woman (she is called Val and has a loud voice) is arguing with the geology- affects- personality man (Doug, he sneezes a lot) about psychic forces in the landscape.
Let's make a detour you'd say, find us a ley-line
Among buildings Robert wants to paint are High Hoyland Church (now the All Hallows' Art Gallery), which he believes is on an old ley-line
It's deeper than your psychological stuff,' the ley-line
It seems that Daniel and the boy next-door, Barnaby, live on a ley-line
which opens myriad possibilities to the fertile imagination.
It's an ancient method of finding water, oil, minerals and ley-lines
Cawn olwg ar y nifer sylweddol o feinihirion ar Gwyr, Sampson's Jack yn eu plith, a mae Dewi yn awgrymu fod arwyddocad iddynt gan fod nifer yn sefyll ar yr un llinell, (Da ni yn ol at y ley-lines
This is such a well-structured, strong piece, its patterned rhythms and repeated notes building the inevitability of ley-lines
, and drawing such a sensitive performance - and amazing dexterity from percussionist Julian Warburton.
It's all to do with us being on a magical island, criss-crossed by ley-lines
overseen by Merlin.
Little Oberon is a town David Lynch would admire, built on conjoining ley-lines
channelling mystical and psychic energy, which has an effect upon the town's inhabitants, and awakens a sixth sense within 15-year-old Natasha.
litter the place like power-lines anywhere else.
Bill said: "There are lots of powerful ley-lines
under the set and there was obviously some sort of a presence there.