Nicholas (nwhyte) wrote,
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Ballynoe Stone Circle

We went to Tyrella beach yesterday, and I remembered that it is practically within spitting distance of Ballynoe Stone Circle, County Down's rather modest answer to Stonehenge and Avebury.



F not too deterred by the bovine guardians of the stones:


His mother and grandmother coming to see:


Mysterious cupmarks in one of the stones:


Nobody else there except the cows - and it is easy to find.
Tags: megaliths, world: northern ireland
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