Standing Stones, Machrie moor

Part of Fingal's Cauldron, near Machrie on the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde, Scotland.

  • Boon Low 2y

    Well composed photo, showing the stones in context, what a beautiful and wide-open place.
  • John Mason PRO 2y

    Thanks Boon. It is a beautiful setting - it's thought that the land around the stones became boggy as a result of climate change 4000 years ago, leaving the stones in splendid isolation.
  • The Guardian on Flickr PRO 2y

    Hi John, lush shot. I've popped it as the main Been there trail for Wednesday. Thanks for adding to the group. Best Susan
  • Juan Carlos García Lorenzo PRO 2y

    Eye-catching!
    Congratulations for the mention in Been There!
  • Evan PRO 2y

    lovely
  • Grisley Two at Ipernity now 2y

    Excellent capture
  • Mike Halliwell PRO 8mo

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Taken on April 10, 2013
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