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Lamstedt Steenaben[800 x 540 jpg]
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X-marks: a large stone, partly covered. As there are otherwise no erratic blocks in the surrounding area, this stone might originate from the tomb. Possibly from a missing entrance passage.
Camera position at a height of approximately 4m to show the fragments at the damaged SE end. Using extended BAP-(Bench “Aerial”-Photography) technique (Bench + me with outstretched arm + tripod). This technique proved to be quite dangerous in this case. The benches at the site were extremely slippery due to an algae-film. Anyway this technique is less refined than KAP ;-)
| Hi Martin,Fantastic Dolmen and Photos.I'm happy you are still alive.I think the Bench-Aerial Technique is more dangerous as to climb in a tree . Maybe in future our equipment contains a ladder.|
| Ten points for your dangerous work!|
|Martin L |
| Thank you ;-) It must have been a quite ridiculous view, when I unsuccessfully tried to keep in balance on the bench. Guess the professional people use telescopic staffs instead... But you are right for rock art photography for example often ladder-constructions are used. |
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