The thing is…
It is impossible to ‘do’ such sites in one visit.
In fact, it is not possible to ‘do’ such sites at all.
If anything, they ‘do’ you, if you allow them.
As we were about to learn…
*The stone I was interested to get a closer look at is a,
one would hope, carefully positioned, replica.
The original, carved stone, is now in a local museum for safe-keeping.
The orientation of the tomb is, according to the authorities,
towards the midsummer sunrise, so time-wise, at least, we were half a year away.
But I think it is clear that something is going on here with sun and stone,
especially as it becomes obvious that a second outlier
in an adjacent field also lines up with the stone and ‘passage-way’.
All things which would have been missed
had we not returned when we did,
but the best was yet to come…
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