The Monzie Carving

Walking with a Smacked Pentax

One of the great things about staying with friends – people who know the secret locations of an area, is that you get to see the sights that you normally wouldn’t if you go to a place on your own – or on an ‘official’ tour.

This little circle of rocks is a prehistoric cairn circle – possibly a burial. It is situated 150 yards away from the Witches Stone in the previous post. It is a delightful little circle – and at the far side (if you make the photo large – you can just see it) is a superb rock carving.

This day the lighting was just right to pick out the carvings – often, when the light is flat, you find that it can be almost impossible to see all but the most pronounced carvings – and bearing in mind that it is estimated that most are…

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