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Tregeseal

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Tregeseal (Stone Circle) by thesweetcheat Heather and gorse still cover the common, although the bracken around the stones is much reduced, being easier grazing.
This image appears as part of the blog post
A Crack In The Clouds (1) - Around St Just 14 June 2011
thesweetcheat Image Credit: A. Brookes (14.6.2011)
Posted by thesweetcheat
3rd July 2011ce
Edited 4th July 2011ce
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Comments (2)

Lovely photograph(s) Alken, I see what you mean about how a gorse hedge would spoil it. Ocifant made the same point under a forum discussion recently. I missed this circle when I stayed in Penzance last year. Must go back soon. tjj Posted by tjj
3rd July 2011ce
Many thanks June.

Yes, we'll see what happens with the grazing. Hopefully sense may prevail (eventually). I love Tregeseal, my second favourite circle after nearby Nine Maidens (Boskednan) - if you get the chance, both must-visits.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
3rd July 2011ce
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