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By Trevhas  
On my quest for more millstone shots i googled Peak Millstones which came up with Gardoms Edge a place i had never heard of or visited and it's just south of Curbar edge. It's less rugged but greener and calmer than Stanage edge and as i am not one for keeping to footpaths quickly stumbled on this amazing 4,000 year old Neolithic monolith or standing stone which is 7ft high, looks like a sun dial and is astronomically aligned, incredible 2,000BC !!.

Tags: Landscape and travel Gardoms edge

Voters: ColleenA, IgorKo, saeidNL and 15 more

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ColleenA Plus
5 362 6 Australia
6 May 2013 3:59PM
Oh wow, a great image and what a story...

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saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
6 May 2013 4:13PM
Great shot in good light.
Suehh 11 39 6 England
6 May 2013 4:27PM
Wonderful light
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
6 May 2013 7:08PM
A quite beautiful and somewhat romanticised setting in which to capture such great images as this...

Regards Nathan GrinGrinGrin
martin.w 16 519 22 United Kingdom
6 May 2013 7:32PM
Been up there a few times, but not seen this....need to keep my eyes open Wink
Trevhas Plus
5 1.3k 3 United Kingdom
6 May 2013 9:38PM
Thanks for your comments everyone. It's quite easy to get too Martin, just follow the edge from the Sheffield /Baslow rd untill you come to the wall, left of wall is a gate, thru gate, straight ahead for 50m.
almiles 8 38 102 United Kingdom
7 May 2013 8:04AM
You really show the relationship between the sun and the stone by your positioning of them and the starburst sun also draws attention to this. The branch on the ground makes a satisfying third element and pulls the eye back to the sun. So little lens flare too; very accomplished!
6 3 8 United Kingdom
7 May 2013 7:58PM
The monolith and sun are perfectly placed. An excellent composition and imageWinkGrin

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