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| Darpvenne Grab 1 |
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|Description ||The largest of the 10 capstones. |
| Wonderful photo! :)|
| The capstone really seems to be floating in mid-air in this shot! Cleverly done, Martin. [Nice angle of the tree on right, too.]|
| What's holding the capstone up, Martin, is it thin air !!|
|Martin L |
| Thanks to you all for your interest and the kind comments. The picture was taken from a low angle (in fact the cam and me were on the ground) with a wide-angle lense so in the end it is not a very instructive photo. Although one orthostat has been torn apart this capstone (C4 counting from West) is more balanced than it appears to be in this photograph. |
My aim was to show the colour of the red-granite and to praise the beauty of the ancestors work as best as possible. And hopefully catch some of the spirit. In spite of all the destructions the „modern“ world people caused here. I will send more instructive photo(s) some day.
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