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Bernera Bridge Circle (Stone Circle) by GLADMAN With that grain these stones couldn't be anything less than magnificent.
GLADMAN Image Credit: Robert Gladstone
Posted by GLADMAN
23rd January 2011ce
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Comments (3)

I love those gneiss stones (visited Callanish area circles in 2001), and if I ever get there again, this site will be a priority to visit. The angle you've captured here shows the stones looking like a group of hooded priests looking down at the water! Posted by AngieLake
23rd January 2011ce
To me the grain makes these Outer Hebridean stones look as if they are made of wood. Maybe that was the intention... in a land where wood was very hard to source? GLADMAN Posted by GLADMAN
23rd January 2011ce
I agree about the woody nature of those stones, see here:
Photo from 2001 visit (see my comment in 2004), of an amazing stone in Callanish 1's avenue,
Posted by AngieLake
24th January 2011ce
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