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Standing Stones

<b>Glengorm</b>Posted by summerlands
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Glengorm (Standing Stones) by postman Gods of stone and sky.
postman Image Credit: Chris Bickerton
Posted by postman
17th January 2013ce
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Comments (7)

You've made these look really epic but I'm ashamed to say, when I was there last spring, I couldn't even be arsed to walk over to them from the footpath. We walked out to Dun Ara instead and that was fantastic, what an amazing spot. The cafe back at the castle is super too, local food and really nice. I ate so much soup I could hardly move. Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
17th January 2013ce
Didn't venture to the castle or cafe, as it was early in the morning and everything was shut. It is a stunningly beautiful area isn't it.
There were many places I never got to see. But they're not going anywhere, perhaps we'll get a second chance.
postman Posted by postman
17th January 2013ce
Let me find my pictures from Dun Ara, they're here somewhere. I thought Mull was amazing (even the ferry ride from Oban is spectacular). You're right, it's definitely somewhere to return to one day. Rhiannon Posted by Rhiannon
17th January 2013ce
Looks amazing! Great photo Postie :-) tjj Posted by tjj
18th January 2013ce
Great photo, I watched an eagle land near some sheep from here and the eagle was some way behind them but still bigger than them, amazing, it looks like you missed an amazing place at Dervaig A, but it's always good to have somewhere great and new to go back for, the place stayed with me very strongly. bladup Posted by bladup
18th January 2013ce
Thanks, Golden was it ? they're awesome, saw one at the old man of Storr carrying away a struggling rabbit, poor thing. postman Posted by postman
18th January 2013ce
It was and huge, funny old place mull, great sites but because there's so much land away from roads it always feels like there's a lot more there than we know about, Tenga was a nice surprise though because the only photo i'd seen was the one you pointed out being wrong on the portal the other day, and when i got there it was a proper stone circle, better on site but your photo's capture it well and the weather was the same for us. bladup Posted by bladup
18th January 2013ce
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