Written in stone, stonework and structures old and new.
My first choice is the Mên Scryfa in Cornwall, if you look closely at the lower half of the photo, you can just make out some of the text on the stone in this picture. Potentially a prehistoric stone that was later inscribed in the 6th to 8th century, it is amzing to think that this stone can still speak to us.
‘Rialobranus son of Cunovalus’, Mên Scryfa, Cornwall, 2014.
And I’m Going to follow this up with the Ruthwell cross that we went to visit last year when we were in Dumfries and Galloway.
‘Reaching skyward’, Ruthwell, 2018.
And finally another photo taken on our visit to Dumfries and Galloway, this time taken at Anwoth Old Kirk – for those that are interested this was the church yard used in the film ‘The Wickerman’.