” there’s Ness art and objects and jewellery in the on-line shop as potential Christmas pressies?”
“I had the idea of building a mini-broch in our garden!”
“here we have snowy winter from Moira Parker. “
“Skara Brae, Skaill House in the back ground and Skaill Bay to the left in this picture by Bill Friskin”
“June is the month of the longest day, and in Orkney at this time of year one day often flows seamlessly into the next”
“One of the most well-known visitor attractions of Orkney – and deservedly too. “
The image is of the Stone of Setter, Eday, taken by Barbara Frisken.
“An image of a searchlight emplacement at Links Battery, Stromness, taken by Dr. Linda Rowley. Reminding us that archaeology isn’t always ancient!”
“Our copy of the Review arrived, and I needn’t have had any concerns about content – it’s packed with interesting articles and food for thought – proving that there’s more to working archaeology than just the actual excavation work.”
It is a period of stability and change, explained Martin Carruthers, it is generational with its rhythms and routines.