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oll1e Plus
11 57 2 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2013 11:58PM
the experts say bronze age ..blah ,looks like an old sheep pen MichaelSmile ,a simple but very pleasing landscape Wink

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Rende 11 38 4 Netherlands
19 Mar 2013 10:14AM
Magic light and colours too Smile And the sky is perfect.
19 Mar 2013 11:06AM
Thanks for having a look.

I was perhaps being a bit flippant with my description - there were three cremations excavated from the circle that were carbon dated to the Bronze Age (gold star for Ollie) - but what's there now was restored in the eighties.
SWMahy 10 21 2 United Kingdom
19 Mar 2013 9:59PM
Lovely light with a subtle lead in to the frame. I have a strange urge to step into the ring of stones, listening to Kajagoogoo an my walkman.

19 Mar 2013 11:20PM
As urges go that is pretty strange, though now you mention it I can sort of see a circle full of druids shaking a shoe to 'too shy shy'.

Now there's a thought.
martin.w 16 522 22 United Kingdom
20 Mar 2013 9:53PM
LOL....the comments alone are worth a vote! It shows I should look around more, I didn't even know this existed Wink
20 Mar 2013 10:16PM
Martin, there are a few in the vicinity. Do a search for 'Barbrook Stone Circles Big Moor' (this is Barbrook II) and you'll find them. Perhaps not ever so photogenic (as I seem to have demonstrated here) but easy to get to and worth a look.


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