Dear Jan .
Thank you very much. I wish I saw you again.
I miss you
A fine photo from the Mighty Jan Brouwer. RIP mate.
Yes, last year we went to Northern Germany after the usual rock art field-trip to Scotland. Your photos and locations were a great help to me indeed.
It is with great interest that I follow your postings on TMP; its like being back in Germany!
My nick-name on TMP (and TMA) is "rockartuk".
I am sure we see/speak eachother.
Keep on rocking, mate!
Thanks for your attention and loving kindness.
We hope all is well with you and your family.
Good to see you here on Panoramio. A great promotion for the splendid Iranian rock art and your achievement to catch it in lovely photographs.
I will certainly follow your uploadings to this site.
In the meantime, from Gus and me, all the best and greetings to you and our friends in Khomein.
We visited and photographed this stone on a sunny 12th of June 2009 in the Lindenstrasse, Hohewestedt.
Although completely out of context, it gives a nice feeling to have prehistory so close at your doorstep.
More photos can be seen at the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.
We visited and photographed this cup-marked boulder besides the local church on 10 June 2009.
More photos of this decorated boulder can be seen on the Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.
We visited and photographed the at Bunsoh on 12 June 2009.
The decorated cap-stone A is regarded the most elaborate rock art in Northern Germany.
Stone B, with a cup and two rings, and the cup-marked stone C are on display in Albersdorf Museum.
More photos of this location can be seen on the Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.
We visited Beringstedt on 12 June 2009 and photographed the cups on the back-side of the boulder which is re-used to commemorate the 100th birthday of Kaiser Wilhelm (the Great) on 22 March 1897.
More photos can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.
We visited this amazing "Steinzeitpark" (Stone Age Park) on 10 June 2009 and heard from one of the warden that there was a cup-marked stone in the park which was found in the park area but not signposted. Some sort of a stray-find, so to speak.
The cup-marked stone lies near the reconstructed dolmen in the SW-corner of the park with its cups facing away from the visitors.
Apart from the reconstructed dolmen, all the other prehistoric monuments like round- and long-barrows ("Langbetten"; Long Beds).
The entrance to the park is free and well worth a visit.
More photos and a link to the park's website can be seen on the "Worldwide Rock Art Selection" website.