The Modern Antiquarian. Stone Circles, Ancient Sites, Neolithic Monuments, Ancient Monuments, Prehistoric Sites, Megalithic MysteriesThe Modern Antiquarian

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Corrimony / Fieldnotes by postman

Thanks and thanks again,
You'll love it Carol, i'm sure.
Something should be done about these tourists, i'm on the brink of the walking dead solution, look at me the wrong way and I'll cut yer head off.
postman Posted by postman
16 Aug 16ce

Corrimony / Fieldnotes by postman

Love the fieldnotes Postie, and I heartily agree regarding the tourists! Ravenfeather Posted by Ravenfeather
16 Aug 16ce

Corrimony / Fieldnotes by postman

Narky knickers! Thanks for these photos & the post. Actually was me wandering around Corrimony...bah! Only joshing but will be there soon & am tres excited:) Posted by carol27
16 Aug 16ce

Leys of Marlee / Image by postman

I'm sure she'll thank you for it in later years. ryaner Posted by ryaner
16 Aug 16ce

Corrimony / Fieldnotes by postman

Gee thanks, I do like a good stand up.
The older I get the more seething I become.
postman Posted by postman
15 Aug 16ce

Corrimony / Fieldnotes by postman

Funny, I watched "NIDIOT", Jon Richardson's stand-up at the Apollo last night. He writes well, too. Now, I'm not saying you display any OCD tendencies.......no evidence of that at all that I can recall.........but you do his style of observation and seething very well.......and I like your taste in sites. Posted by tomatoman
15 Aug 16ce

Durrington Walls / News by moss

This news about it being a timber circle not stone has been filtering through for some time now...How did they get it wrong? moss Posted by moss
15 Aug 16ce

Callanish / Image by postman

Ha :-)) thelonious Posted by thelonious
14 Aug 16ce

Callanish / Image by postman

Me too, Castlerigg that is.
Tried it at Arbor low once but I lost badly.
postman Posted by postman
14 Aug 16ce

Callanish / Image by postman

I love playing 'hide the tourist' when taking photos at circles. I had a good game of this last year at Castlerigg. It's a definite skill. thelonious Posted by thelonious
14 Aug 16ce

Craig A' Bhlair / Image by thelonious

I love places like this, away from everything. Thought it looked good on the map before we went. Always nice when the day turns out as good as we'd hoped it would. thelonious Posted by thelonious
14 Aug 16ce

Craig A' Bhlair / Image by thelonious

Wow. Yeah, it is similar, isn't it? My kind of place. There really is so much obscure stuff in the north-east where n'ere a tourist will ever tread. keep em' coming. Creag an Amalaidh was one of the unexpected highlights of this year's trip. Must admit these are the places that fire my imagination nowadays. GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
13 Aug 16ce

Cnoc Ceann a'Gharraidh / Image by spencer

Ta. This had a different vibe to me than Call 1.. there's an 'in the landscape' shot of mine in the main images...yup, more of a moody place. spencer Posted by spencer
13 Aug 16ce

Clach an Trushal / Fieldnotes by postman

Nah, it was empty, we nicked the tele.

No i'm not sure, it just looked unused.
postman Posted by postman
12 Aug 16ce

Clach an Trushal / Fieldnotes by postman

What a great standing stone, however, are you sure the house is empty, thought I saw the curtains twitch. Posted by costaexpress
12 Aug 16ce

Callanish / Fieldnotes by postman

Not a stone hugger, however, I did these.... to stop me being blown away! Posted by costaexpress
12 Aug 16ce

Cnoc Ceann a'Gharraidh / Image by spencer

Like this one very much, very moody. postman Posted by postman
12 Aug 16ce

Olcote / Fieldnotes by postman

It certainly is, it's weird how they decided to make it a showy site with information board and car park, and it hasn't even got the decency to show a bit of stratigraphy.
Still like it though.
postman Posted by postman
12 Aug 16ce

Olcote / Fieldnotes by postman

Wow, that's proper cut in half! thelonious Posted by thelonious
12 Aug 16ce

Dun Carloway / Image by postman

A nice set of photos of what looks a great site. Looks a good area for a stroll. thelonious Posted by thelonious
12 Aug 16ce

King Orry's Grave / Image by ironstone

Like you say, not easy to photograph but I really like this shot. It's a great site. thelonious Posted by thelonious
12 Aug 16ce

Callanish / Fieldnotes by postman

Yes, that is a place I would also like to visit one day. Posted by CARL
11 Aug 16ce

Torboll / Image by thelonious

A big hut circle too. postman Posted by postman
11 Aug 16ce

Learable Hill / Fieldnotes by thelonious

Thanks Carl. Not the most exciting report to read, just really saying access is good and the hill is well worth a visit. Hope you get there one day. My 'One day' list grows every time I come on to TMA, it's going to be a busy 'One day' one day :-) thelonious Posted by thelonious
10 Aug 16ce

Callanish / Fieldnotes by postman

It will always be at the top of my wish list, no matter how many times I go.
Next time I'd really like to get over to St Kilda.
postman Posted by postman
10 Aug 16ce
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