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|Description ||This stone in the South Inner Circle of the SE quadrant at Avebury has such an unusual shape. (Unsure of number, perhaps 104?)|
[Taken about 7.30-8.00pm, 7/7/07].
| It's the one I dubbed 'Kenneth Williams'... :-D|
| Hi David - (Nice to hear from you again.) Yes, I can see why, now! |
The sheep's bum and bow legs makes the pic rather comical, too...
It was lovely just having loads of sheep there instead of hordes of people.
| This is the stone that Paul Devereux reckons 'bears a likeness to a lion's head', in his book 'Symbolic Landscapes'. |
| So that's the lion and the lamb... :-D |
Now, if they'd just lay down... :p
| Very good! ;-)|
| It is stone 102. You have a photo of the other side here: link!|
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