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Gwal-y-Filiast

By woodini254    
This Neolithic Cromlech is just outside the small village of Llanglyydwen, west Carmarthenshire near the upper reaches of the river Taf. It dates from around 4000 B.C and consists of a 13ft capstone supported by four uprights with an opening facing the river below.

Tags: Architecture Cromlech Burial chambers Gwal-y-Filiast

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Irishkate Plus
9 42 118 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2020 12:36PM
Mono works so well with the textures and light in this.
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Chinga Plus
9 3 2 United Kingdom
30 Jun 2020 12:41PM
This mono was beautifully composed. A good result...
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Joline Plus
14 30 56 United States
30 Jun 2020 1:12PM
I would love to know the lore behind these. They must have been burly men to have built them.
Mono enhances the wonderful textures in this image, excellent work.
Carol
adagio Plus
1 1 1 England
30 Jun 2020 4:28PM
Superb mono Rich, enhancing the different tones, textures and shapes.

Angela😄
Superb mono of these ancient stones. Debs

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