“What else is still to be found?”
Sketch by W. A. Donnelly (dated 1895) of the Cup & Ring marks on the Cochno Stone, West Dunbartonshire. Published by John Bruce in 1896 image via The Urban Prehistorian
” thinking along the lines of how memories can change or be lost, and how stories, legends and mythologies can develop associated with what we see around us”
Lotte sent me information about the current exhibition of her new work, at The Watermill Gallery in Aberfeldy.
‘“The Nebra sky disc? Some years ago I saw a television programme about it. ‘
“The UHI Archaeology Institute’s 12 Ages of Christmas…….”
Head north on coast road, through Wick to John O’Groats, which is lovely in the sunshine.
Then over the bridge to find the beach “covered in egg-shaped stones of many colours”
Walk through woods by falls on River Moriston – summer house and tree like a gnarled sculpture.
we crossed the road to the churchyard, and found a cup and ring carved on the back of a 19th century head-stone there!