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Circles Beyond Time~Ancient Lines

Wading through the wet bracken, we knew, would be worth it, for on the other side of the green fronds there is a stone…and it is something a bit different, in more ways than one. Several examples of Neolithic rock … Continue reading

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The Twelve Apostles and Burley Moor ~ Mark Sunderland

Reblogged from Mark Sunderland Photography ~ Mark visits a place close to my heart. Please click through to see the rest of his gorgeous pictures of one of my favourite stone circles: I thought it was a bit ironic as … Continue reading

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The Curious Folded Stones – James Elkington

Reblogged from Walking with a Smacked Pentax It seemed like I have been stuck indoors forever. I know I was out a couple of weeks ago with Mackenzie up Penyghent, but if I am inside for more than a couple … Continue reading

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Backstone Circle – a Very Strange Encounter by James Elkington

A little while ago we went walking on the moors with James Elkington. We passed Backstone Circle on the way back at the end of the day… it has always been an odd place with a strange reputation. In this … Continue reading

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Soggy Bracken and the Fairy Mine by James Elkington

On our recent travels, we did something we have been trying to do for some time… we met up with our friend James, from Walking with a Smacked Pentax, for a bimble across the moors to a mysterious and well-hidden … Continue reading

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Almost a blog tour..?

Barring disasters, I am off on my travels again. It seems ages since I last went north and the withdrawal symptoms set in a while ago. We were supposed to be hopping over to Ireland this week on a research … Continue reading

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Not long….

An ancient landscape, shaped by glaciers and the hand of man. Mysterious symbols carved in stone amid the cairnfields. Quiet circles lost in the mists… and a small group of seekers taking time out of time, listening to the echoes … Continue reading

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