Wednesday 12 May 2010

The Andle Stone, Derbyshire

the Andle Stone, Twopenny Loaf, The Oundle Stone, The Anvil Stone

Derbyshire's Andle Stone is 5m high and stands in a field surrounded by a drystone wall. Among the modern graffiti at the top are cup marks, possibly contemporary with nearby stone circles Doll Tor and the Nine Ladies.


Rick (Ratty) said...

Great picture with such a great view. It must be something special to be able to investigate the area with the stone.

Joanne Olivieri said...

I like this shot. It is unique with a story behind it. That tree stands out in the crowd.

Inspirations Unlimited said...

What a nice picture! So relaxing..

Kim ("Kitterly") Fasser said...

I've never been to England, but sure felt like it viewing your beautiful photos! :)

H said...

Hi John. Thanks for visiting my blog. Yes, we have climbed the Andle Stone, but I don't have photos of that one, only the Cork Stone.

I have enjoyed browsing your blog. You have some amazing photos and have included other places I recognise.

Will definitely be returning! :)

OneDay said...

Beautiful! So green and lush. I hope to visit the English countryside some day. :-)

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