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Boskednan Cairns and Tumuli[750 x 687 jpg]
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|Description ||Oblique (almost vertical) aerial view of a cairn at Boskednan - the kerb stones can be seen clearly. South of Nine Maidens (Boskednan) stone circle. |
The top of the photo is north. Grid reference SW43493495
Kite Aerial Photograph, 16 October 2008
| As always, I just love these kite pictures Hamish. They give such a fantastic view of these sites, far better than any words or ground pictures can do,|
| This is a lovely site. Spent a while soaking up the atmosphere here last month, whilst walking back from Ding Dong mine. Set as it is on the highest part of the southern end of a long N/S ridge, it has great views all around, including a glimpse of St Michael's Mount, and a view NE to St Ives Bay. Maybe it was a large chieftain's house before it became a cairn?|
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