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Men-An-Tol by Helen Dixon. Ancient standing stones on the West Penwith Moor in Cornwall, England.

Men-An-Tol, ancient standing stones on the West Penwith Moor, Cornwall: Helen Dixon Photography

Everything is pretty much brand-new. | 38 Reasons You Should Never Visit Scotland

38 Reasons You Should Never Visit Scotland

The Callanish Standing Stones on the Isle of Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland (Christopher Combe Photography)

Standing Stones of Stenness  Just under a mile to the south of the Ring of Brodgar is another smaller neolithic stone monument. With links to Maeshowe (less than a mile to the east) and Skara Brae the sites are all contempory and date to about 3000BCE.

Standing Stones of Stenness Just under a mile to the south of the Ring of Brodgar is another smaller neolithic stone monument. With links to Maeshowe (less than a mile to the east) and Skara Brae the sites are all contempory and date to about Scotland

Standing stone distribution in Greatest Britain, Ireland and Brittany. Not compsehesive.

Standing stone distribution in Great Britain, Ireland and Brittany. Wow, check out North Wales!

Celtic: Men-an-Tol, a small formation of standing stones near the Madron-Morvah road in Cornwall, England. Archaeologists suggest that the three stones are the remains of a Neolithic tomb.

Men an Tol - Photography: Cornwall. "Remotely located near Penzance in the west Cornish moors is the unique and enigmatic Men-an-Tol stone. Archaeologists suggest that the three stones that comprise the Men-an-Tol are the remains of a Neolithic tomb.

The Callanish Stones, Clachan Chalanais or Tursachan Chalanais in Gaelic, are situated near the village of Callanish on the west coast of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. Wikipedia

The Callanish Stones, Clachan Chalanais or Tursachan Chalanais in Gaelic, near Callanish, the west coast of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland

A very hard frost had occurred overnight turning the ground white with rime. Then as the sun rose, the thin layer of Stratocumulus cloud that was sitting over Blencathra exploded into a fiery sea of colour. Fire and Ice - a perfect combination. Castlerigg Stone Circle. Alan Novelli

A very hard frost had occurred overnight turning the ground white with rime. Then as the sun rose, the thin layer of Stratocumulus cloud-Fire and Ice - a perfect combination. Location: Castlerigg situated near Keswick in Cumbria, North West England.

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