New Kinds of Standing Stones

Dumfries and Galloway is good at pre- and early history. I took you to Cairn Holy a few days ago. And apparently their long tradition of standing stones lives on. I had a walk along the beach at Mossyard Bay, and this is what I found – standing stones, no higher than a school ruler, erected – oh, as late as September 2020.

This one is for this week’s photo challenge: something less ordinary beside the sea. The same shot, just above it, has been squared off for Kinda Square.

2020 Photo Challenge #40

#Kinda Square

Author: margaret21

I'm retired and living in North Yorkshire, where I walk as often as I can, write, volunteer, and travel as often as I can.

26 thoughts on “New Kinds of Standing Stones”

  1. That’s an effective contrast between the clean, hard-edged angular stones and the soft, roundness of the lichen covered stones. It was a photograph waiting for you to capture it.

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