[< Gallery Home | Latest Images | Top 100 | Submit Picture >]
<< Previous Picture | Next Picture >>
The Pipers (Hurlers)[750 x 499 jpg]
Unless otherwise stated, this image is the copyright of the submitter. Contact them for permission to reproduce it.
|Description ||The Pipers at the Hurlers. |
I was just trying to line up the lensflare so it appeared to pass between the stones, feel free to ignore the picture :-D
| I like it - it adds something. |
| It's funny you should post this 'orb'-alignment [I agree they're just lens-flare btw!] as I found - by dowsing - a possible processional route that tracked those blobs in September. The route from the Pipers went south [we're looking just east of south here I believe] to the left of the blobs*, to an embedded stone (which I'd no idea was there) before arc-ing from east to west across to another embedded stone approx near the top of the furthest 'orb'. After moving across to the area between those two smaller stones, I was then directed straight back to the Pipers.|
It's always fascinating when a dowsing exercise like this one turns up other stones not before noticed, which may have been significant markers in possible ritual movement.
*(Basic description, as other types of movement involved in the outward route.) The Pipers were 350 degs from the eastern small stone and N from the western one.
To post comments first you must Register!
Megalithic Portal eGallery, images of megaliths and prehistoric sites worldwide, free to view.