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Collessie Farm (Cairn(s)) (click to view fullsize)

<b>Collessie Farm</b>Posted by Rhiannon<b>Collessie Farm</b>Posted by Rhiannon<b>Collessie Farm</b>Posted by Rhiannon

South Yarrows S (Chambered Tomb)

<b>South Yarrows S</b>Posted by Rhiannon

The Hoar Stone (Chambered Tomb)

<b>The Hoar Stone</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Pole's Wood South (Long Barrow)

<b>Pole's Wood South</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Twizzle Stone Long Barrow

<b>Twizzle Stone Long Barrow</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Bryn y Groes (Chambered Tomb)

<b>Bryn y Groes</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Knowth

<b>Knowth</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Dowth I (Passage Grave)

<b>Dowth I</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Newgrange (Passage Grave)

<b>Newgrange</b>Posted by Rhiannon<b>Newgrange</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Maeshowe (Chambered Tomb)

<b>Maeshowe</b>Posted by Rhiannon<b>Maeshowe</b>Posted by Rhiannon<b>Maeshowe</b>Posted by Rhiannon

The Great Circle (Stone Circle)

<b>The Great Circle</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Cae'r-Hen-Eglwys (Standing Stones)

<b>Cae'r-Hen-Eglwys</b>Posted by Rhiannon

Pennance (Entrance Grave)

<b>Pennance</b>Posted by Rhiannon<b>Pennance</b>Posted by Rhiannon<b>Pennance</b>Posted by Rhiannon
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This hill, it has a meaning that is very important for me, but it's not rational. It's beautiful, but when you look, there's nothing there. But I'd be a fool if I didn't listen to it.

-- Alan Garner.


...I'd rather be
A Pagan suckled in a creed outworn;
So might I, standing on this pleasant lea,
Have glimpses that would make me less forlorn...

-- William Wordsworth.


I'm currently mad on visiting Anglo-Saxon and Norman carvings and enjoy the process of drawing them:
http://wiltshirewandering.blogspot.co.uk/

and I've been helping digitise the Schools' Collection of the National Folklore Collection of Ireland... you can also at
http://www.duchas.ie/en

Some interesting websites with landscape and fairy folklore:
http://earthworks-m.blogspot.co.uk
http://faeryfolklorist.blogspot.co.uk

My TMA Content: