I'm aware of the concept of Ley Lines, Song Lines, etc - but can there be other reasons that certain places have a sense of "power"? I don;t know about anyone else, but places of hills, mountain, and solid rock seem to have a particular "feeling" about them - I'm talking about places I've been to, such as Scotland and the Isle of Man. The flat glacial alluvial plains of East Yorkshire just don't have that same feeling. And even in my favourite places in the Yorkshire Wolds - Wharram Percy and Rievaux Abbey - the surroundings just don't evoke the same feelings as hoary grey rocks and mountains. Is there something principly different about very rocky landscapes that conveys a certain sense of "something" with them - and if so, is this due entirely because of the sense of scale involved, or is it a much more primal connection?