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Pentre Ifan, Newport

By woodini254    
Pentre Ifan is perhaps the finest surviving Neolithic tomb in Wales and forms one of a group of Portal Dolmens built around the tributaries of the Nevern Valley approximately 6,000 years ago. Its chamber is formed by a capstone of around 16 tonnes upheld on three uprights about 2.5m high at one end of a cairn some 30 m long.

Tags: Newport Architecture Pembrokeshire Pentre ifan Cromlech Burial chambers

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Irishkate 11 45 121 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2020 1:25PM
A very different set of stones from this site - where do you start in such a place?
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 23 Canada
2 Jul 2020 1:45PM
It's amazing how they have stayed in position for so many years. And just how did they build them? Great image.
adagio Plus
3 4 2 England
2 Jul 2020 2:41PM
A nicely composed image Rich, I do like how the eye is taken first to the stones and then beyond to that wonderful view. Makes you wonder how they managed to position the stones all those years ago. Informative narrative too, which makes you appreciate the image even more.

2 Jul 2020 3:19PM
Nice one Rich, a great clear image and I love the sky
Have you thought about enhancing it a little with Aurora HDR software? You have the functions to play with the top and bottom of the picture.
2 Jul 2020 5:17PM
Lovely composition with the countryside behind the stones. Debs

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