I am always intrigued by prehistoric standing stones and stone circles. Often in wild countryside and in a prominent position, they are weathered and lichened by time.
Some have dramatic shapes - one of the Castlerigg stones appears to be dancing with flying skirts, the old Bennett's Cross on Dartmoor to be writhing in agony [or hobbled by a tight skirt?], and the Calanais stones resemble tall veiled and shrouded figures, especially as the light fades or the mist blows round them.

Kezia Noel-Paton:




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