The layers of time - how to write that so it sounds good? So it's as impressive as when I saw those illustrated layers. How it just stopped me in my tracks. A kind of peeling, yes, but that's also lazy. It was more gutsy than all the language that has hit this paragraph so far. It was a set, in a way, that kind of magnetic style one with moving people and parts that I had as a kid. And it helps that you have set the scene in the first instance, because the location remains and is constant. It's just that where the fireplace is in 1985 is where the wild boar stood in the forest in 1312. That kind of focus to be able to see that snap in front of you without tiring words. But the location will be there in front of you so let;s not try too hard. The words are kind of pointless. Just a hint, a prod, to get you there.