Stanton Drew Stone Circles – Early morning. David A Lockwood Black & White. 14/03/201921/03/2019 Stanton Drew Stone Circles – Early morning mist as moon goes down. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedArchæology siteBronze AgefogHistory of EnglandStanton Drew Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 14/03/201921/03/2019
7 thoughts on “Stanton Drew Stone Circles – Early morning.”
Beautiful and mysterious, David.
I always find an affinity with anything from the Neolithic or Bronze age. It is interesting how similar structures were built in so many places around the world. There must have been complex systems of communication.
Mist & early mornings here in UK seem the best time for photography. After over 30 years away, still getting to grips with the weather though.
Fascinating that they are all over. Good luck with your transition back to the UK.
Eerily beautiful, you have captured the mystery and solitude of the place!
Thank you, it was an early morning start (for me that is) so lucky getting there before sunrise. The juxtaposition of the Norman church & the stones was perfect, especially with the mist.
Thanks fot the comment.
Many thanks for that Michael.