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Friday, 20 May 2016

Murky Preseli



Nice pic of Preseli -- courtesy Phil Morgan.    Very moody.  At a guess, I reckon it's on the south side of the ridge, between Carn Meini and Foeldrygarn.  Correct, Phil?

4 comments:

cysgodycastell said...

If it is not there then the only plce with pine plantations is on the southrn sloes of Foel Cwmcerwyn at Cnwc Rhudd.

TonyH said...

Stonehenge's landscape was distinctly murky this afternoon too, for our Guided Walk led by Wiltshire Museum's Director David Dawson, but it was nevertheless memorable, taking in Durrington Walls, Woodhenge, The Avenue, 'The Old Ruin' (as Brian insists on calling it so sentimentally). Some of us weren't yet wet enough to refuse to continue to the western end of The Cursus by foot, whilst others wisely took the minibus mode back to the Visitor Centre.
It was great to see on the book stands 10 copies of Brian John's Bluestone Enigma, in amongst all the "conventional wisdom" textbooks about Stonehenge. Keep rattling that cage, Brian!

Hugh Thomas said...

That looks like the Lethr Mawr plantation to me , from the sometimes very boggy approach from near Glanrhyd up to Carn Menyn southern side. .. ;)

BRIAN JOHN said...

Yes, I think so too. No doubt Phil will enlighten us......