Long been fascinated by these carvings. I think this stone will be the Rosetta Stone of Stonehenge. Seen with other original markings on 59a and the back of 54. There’s definitely method in the carvers’ madness.
Recently, tenacious Brian John, researched this bluestone found on a beach by Phil Holden, a photographer, in Mumbles, near Swansea, South Wales. It is just one of several that make up a breadcrumb trail of the ice floes from the west of Wales, North Wales, even Scotland. Which, probably, reached as far or even further than the nascent site of Stonehenge.
A museum in Germany is making a decent, life-sized, model of #Stonehenge Trilithon Two. Found via @Clonehenge. An opportunity for me to show off my models. In rust for detail and damp winter garb for colour.
Something, I’d like, on my walls. Pictures, inner and outer, of T1, T2 and T4 in full damp, winter colours. Or in bronze, rusted iron — to more clearly show the longitudinal tooling marks of the builders.
Often a case for pareidolia. The oval shape on the reverse of one of the uprights Stone 52 in Trilithon One is many things to many people. Here are close ups without skins of colour, mould, lichen, most to get in the way.