Rosie Somerville, Atlas Arts and Angus Murray, Ecomuseum Programme Manager at Staffin Community Trust and other participants shared valuable local knowledge at the start of the walk to set the scene before heading down through the old village and crofts to the shore.
Walkers were encouraged to write down their observations in notebooks, with particular emphasis on minimalist forms, that of haiku especially. Rody read poems of his own relating to Trotternish, places in Skye generally, sound, memory and history in Gaelic and English.
Participants were encouraged to read what they had written and the collected writings are given below.
The last resting place of a shore-based giant, in a coffin-shaped rock, alone in the rising tide.