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Site Site type
Adam's Grave Fallen StoneStanding Stone / Menhir
AshburyHoled Stone
AuchengaichBullaun Stone
Berwick St JamesStanding Stones
Big Tree Long BarrowLong Barrow
Bodrifty Reconstruction
Boscawen-Un (footpath)Standing Stones
Cae'r-Hen-EglwysStanding Stones
Cae-yr-ArfauChambered Tomb
Carn Les BoelCliff Fort
Castallack 2Standing Stone / Menhir
Chalice Stone, Glen RoyCup Marked Stone
Churchill Village StonesStanding Stones
Clach Mhic Mhios, Glen LothStanding Stone / Menhir
Cladh an DiseirtCairn(s)
Coity Chambered TombChambered Tomb
CreagantairbhStanding Stone / Menhir
CrieffStanding Stone / Menhir
DalginrossStone Circle
Dalnaneun Farm, Loch NellChambered Cairn
Druid StokeBurial Chamber
Fowlis Wester CairnCairn(s)
Gaer LlwydBurial Chamber
Gallow Hill WoodStone Circle
Giant's RockRocking Stone
Giants QuoitsNatural Rock Feature
Gwern-y-CleppaChambered Cairn
Hangman's Stone, HampnettHoled Stone
High Keillor FarmStanding Stone / Menhir
Higher SpargoStanding Stone / Menhir
King Arthur's QuoitDolmen / Quoit / Cromlech
Kington Down FarmLong Barrow
Long StoneStanding Stone / Menhir
Mabe ChurchStanding Stone / Menhir
Macbeth's StoneStanding Stone / Menhir
Middle Lix 1Cup and Ring Marks / Rock Art
Ogbourne St Andrew ChurchStanding Stones
Old Kirk (Spittal of Glenshee)Standing Stone / Menhir
PewseyStanding Stones
PortburyStanding Stone / Menhir
Seven SistersRound Barrow(s)
ShemoreCup and Ring Marks / Rock Art
Skeith StoneStanding Stone / Menhir
St. Materiana Church YardStanding Stone / Menhir
StarveallLong Barrow
The Boat StoneStanding Stone / Menhir
The CampLong Barrow
The Gathering StoneStanding Stone / Menhir
The Hanging StoneStanding Stone / Menhir
Tredinnick Farm
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This picture was taken on a very cold day on Aarhus Strand in Denmark.

I was brought up at Lundin Links in Fife so standing stones have always been in my life. My mother was a freelance reporter for the old Weekly Scotsman and she searched out any thing she could about ancient Scot/pictland, we of course went searching with her.
We moved to Cornwall and found as many stones there and because we were Scots were immediately part of the community.

I now live in Bristol a good centre for archive study and from here easy access via m-ways to all areas. What a great hobby, you never get bored-only cold and very wet.

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