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|Description ||Budloy Standing stone (SN066285), viewed from the east (I think) with the boys playing at the foot of it. Photo taken 21st June 2004.|
|Your lovely little boys make this picture quite magical|
|I often feel that stones are somehow pleased for the company of children - I don't know - just a vibe I get. I even took my lad with me to Doll Tor which alone I usually find menacing, and felt it more receptive. This pic is delightful - a sunny day, kids playing, and stones. Perfect combination.|
|On these individual stones, look to see if they line up with the old tracks? or are there any other stones which could be part of the same group? or are they boundary stones, often now parish boudaries!|
|Had not looked far enough this is likely to be part of the Dyffryn complex. Will visit when next in the area.|
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