County Meath, Saturday, 30th July 2022…



Knowth gives us a relatively accurate picture

of what Loughcrew might once have looked like…



…With its large mound dedicated to the equinoxes

and a whole host of satellites briefly capturing,

in turn, the rays of the rising sun, on the shortest day,

after it has passed on from the passage cairn at New Grange.






Although, whether or not

the lawns and mounds

would ever have been

this neat and tidy

is very much up for debate.



We tend to think, most definitely not,

but we may be wrong…

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About Stuart France

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