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moss wrote:
Thanks, they are very enigmatic these stones, as everyone says it is their broadness and height. Reminds me of those ranges of Welsh hills, softly mounded and not 'spiky' perhaps they are echoing the hills around, or of course the only stones in the vicinity to make a prehistoric monument.

Like your blog on the subject by the way and....................... a link to Morfe's b/w photo which catches their strangeness

http://www.themodernantiquarian.com/post/25223/four_stones.html


That's a terrific photo. you're kind re the blog, thanks. It was a strange day out that, all sorts of adverse weather and surprising emotions kicking in.


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thesweetcheat
Posted by thesweetcheat
25th August 2012ce
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