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|Description ||View over the Overgrown Stone looking E, towards the Visible Stone (the one photographed by cosmic and stugsie).|
First, I must apologise for the appalling quality of this photo, taken in poor late afternoon light. The heather was not really blue and the stone itself has a pinkish hue.
The stone is approximately 2.15 m long and 1.4 m wide at the near end, which is fairly flat. This is just the uncovered side of course, there is no knowing what shape and size it might be if turned over. The irregular lumpy shape may make it a poor candidate for a standing stone and it may be merely earthfast rock showing through the surface. But I think it as a loose stone because the local rock shows through the ground as grey granite with white quartz throughout, whereas this is pink granite, and because the sides recede towards the ground (at least as far as I could poke my stick!).
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