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Ebor Benson Photography
Equinox at Drombeg Stone Circle
Milkyway rising behind the "Druids Altar" aka Drombeg Stone Circle (21 Sep 16)
The Druids Altar
The magical Drombeg Stone Circle
Drombeg after dark
One the most ancient Holy sites in the world, love the atmosphere here!
Cullenagh Stone Row
This Bronze Age monument sits beautifully overlooking the local landscape
Maughnasilly Stone Row
Situated on a Northern slope of Knockbreteen mountain, it dates from the middle Bronze Age
Starburst at Castlelack
Getting creative at Castlelack Stone Row near Bandon Co.Cork
Quaint five stone axial circle also know as Knockwaddra
Caisleanaleacht Stone Row
Castlelack Stone Row beneath the stars, an impressive alignment near Bandon Co. Cork
One of Corks more famous stone circles, near Glandore. The ancients sure picked their spots!
Knockraheen Stone Circle
A nice five stone axial circle near Carriganimmy Co. Cork.
Carrigagulla Stone Circle
Idyillic and well-preserved example situated in the foothills of the Boggeragh Mountains.
Inchireagh Stone Circle
A small 5 stone axial circle, one of the portal stones is leaning inwards. Cool vibes here, could have sat there all day!
Kealkil Stone Circle
This unique Megalithic complex at Kealkil conisists of a five-stone axial circle, an 18 stone radial stone cairn and a pair of large standing stones with the same axis as the circle. The tallest of which is over four metres in height.
Ballyvackey Stone Circle
Just outside Clonakilty, some stones are missing from this mystical site but its truely a magical place!
Templebryan Stone Circle
The quartz stone at the centre of the circle is known as "Cloich Griene" meaning the sunstone. This is said to be the stone from where Clonakilty got it's name.
Kealkil Five Stone Circle
Sunset at Kealkil Stone Circle overlooking Bantry Bay
Castlelack Standing Stones
Megalithic stone row near Bandon Co. Cork
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