Path to the Seahenge

Just over the brow of this path lies the extensive beach of Holme-next-the-Sea where. in 1998. freak weather conditions exposed a seahenge  (a circle of wooden posts enclosing an upturned tree root) constructed, experts say, in 2049BC.  Not surprisingly  it has been removed for preservation purposes

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Filed under landscape, photography, rhythm, Trees, Uncategorized

4 responses to “Path to the Seahenge

  1. Looks like a gorgeous landscape. I like you special processing to bring out the colours.

  2. I remember your post about that discovery. There’s a nice sense of “onwardness” in this image, if you know what I mean.

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