especially when the bracken is all around.
or when you are sitting in the sun and try to record some skylarks only they stop singing.
a larger stone circle made of limestone and known locally the Druid's Circle. Unusual because it is concentric and consists of this inner circle of 12 stones and a wider outer circle of 20 which are hidden in the bracken (one or two barley visible in this photo). There are only 30 concentric stone circles in the whole of Britain, the most famous of which is Stonehenge. The 'Druid's Circle' was excavated in 1911 and 1921 and proved that the circles enclosed a paved area covering burials dated by the type of urn found as the late Bronze Age. Generally archaeologists suggest that burial is not the primary function and when it does take place it was after the stone circle had been in use for some time.
An entry to ABC Wednesday. A journey through the alphabet which has reached the letter S.