Stone 53 axe and dagger carvings

I’ve rendered the polished, inner face of Stone 53. (Remember that line of 17th-century graffiti is about eye-level.)

It’s in different light angles and materials, hopefully, to find the carvings more easily. Download, have fun.

Instructions to citizen archeologists. Download, play in Photoshop, change blend modes, overlay this with that, draw on top. Knock yourself out. There are thousands of variations of blends, multiple blends and combinations, this over that (and that over this).

The larger files, all within Photoshop documents can be downloaded here from my Google Drive. There are three PSD files: one is the fullest size I’ve rendered at 7,600 pixels and is 2GB. Frankly, I don’t think images that are so big any more useful than the more pocket sized. You still have to squint your eyes 😉 So, it’s also available as 2,000 and 1,000 pixels, too – depends on your limits, for Photoshop and downloading.

Stonehenge Trilithon Two Stone 53 inside - south-east with 12-inch ruler. See the graffiti and bronze age axes and dagger. And the quartz veins. Speculate over the smooth interior faces of the uprights. Were they painted?
Stonehenge Trilithon Two Stone 53 inside – south-east with 12-inch ruler. See the graffiti and bronze age axes and dagger. And the quartz veins. Look at the smooth interior faces.

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