The Neolithic Heart of Orkney – or – ‘The Procession’
“We watched a television programme which we had recorded from the 5 Select channel on December the First – ‘Underwater Stonehenge”
“This Christmas Day dawned fine and sunny, and we decided to go to the cairn on Wideford Hill where we’d be up and able to look about us.”
“I recently read a story by George MacKay Brown called ‘Brig-O-Dread’. “
This year Historic Environment Scotland have organized an on-line event to acknowledge the mid-winter solstice.
The model, available to view on Sketchfab, allows virtual visitors an immersive digital experience of the Neolithic settlement, including the opportunity to gain virtual access to House 7
Tombs of the Isles will get under way on Monday, November 29, with an introductory talk in the Rousay School at 7.30pm.
“it was a clear, sunny day in mid-October and we wanted to be somewhere up, to look about us – so combining Cuween and Wideford seemed like a good idea.”
“There are wonders, everywhere, even when going for a hospital appointment!!!”
Orkney International Science Festival talk premieres, Sunday