I have a number of megalith photos from the Village of Avebury between London and Bath.
Oh by the way, the US is going to ruin Kath and Kim. An American version will starting in Sept. on NBC. I don't understand why remake something that is already perfect. Tsk tsk.
Thanks Chris. I liked your Avebury images, especially the one you linked me to, because of your perspective. I have just been to Tonga and photographed the megaliths there and they are of Polynesian origin, so in a few days I will be uploading them. I am sure you will find them of interest too. Most people are aware of Stonehenge and many megaliths in Europe, but apart from Easter Island, the Pacific ones are not common knowledge.
Poor Kath and Kim. What are they going to name them? How does Kath and Kim translate into American culture?
Another wonderful shot Ian. Country Kerry had some great sceenery, espeacially The Ring of Kerry. That was really great to drive there. I think there a tunnel up the top of the hill, (probully many tunnels). There was one and it was about 3-4 chain long and in the middle of the tunnel there was water dripping through ceiling of the tunnel and it was real cool inside. Ireland is a wonderful place, and one day we would like to go back there again. Thanks again Ian. Regards, David
I am pleased by your enthusiasm for Ireland, and by your appreciation of my photos. I like you hope to return. I haven't found any details on this stone circle, but would be interested in what is known of their history. It was simply a small valley that we decided to explore, and this is what we found.
Thanks again, David.
Oui, Domi. Qu'est qu'il y a beaucoup des stelles en France?
I am sorry if my Francais is terrible!
Que buena toma de esas piedras saludos desde México!
Thank you, Wiper, both for your kind comment and for your greetings. There certainly are many ancient historical sites in Mexico, too.
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Photo taken in Gortavallig, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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