writer, publisher, lecturer, photographer
based in central southern England
Although I was brought up in Hampshire (in the south of England) and have lived in the county again for the past eighteen years, I lived on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides from 1974 till 1984. In that time, I studied the Standing Stones of Callanish in great detail. I have known Stonehenge all my life and I have also visited and photographed many other stone circles in different parts of Britain.
CALLANISH, THE MOON AND THE SLEEPING BEAUTY
The Stones of Callanish rival Stonehenge, but are less well-known because of their remote situation in the Outer Hebrides. This new digital presentation deals with many aspects of these fascinating megaliths but particularly concentrates on their relationship with the moon and the wider landscape. Shown at Megalithomania 2007. See also my detailed Callanish pages
VISIONS OF THE STONES
This presentation deals with the way in which Stonehenge has been ‘seen’ and interpreted from the 14th century till the present day.
( further details)
on Stone Circles
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