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17-APR-2006 Ian Dalgliesh


Collier Row,Essex view map

0.6ND Grad,hand held
Part of a group of 5 stones erected on a small roundabout,at junction of Collier Row Road and Hog Hill Road.
The erection of these stones throughout the borough,I find quite bizarre,as there is no rock,other than chalk,anywhere in Essex.
NB:It seems that the Local Council bought a job lot of boulders,as they've appeared all over the Borough on formerly ,open spaces,mostly roundabouts.

Olympus E-500
1/125s f/7.1 at 17.0mm iso100 full exif

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Jason Anderson27-Feb-2008 13:57
Perfect lighting to create a mysterious, awe-filled mood. It's amazing how much time it seems our ancestors spent dragging enormous chunks of rock for hundreds of miles. Of course, the lack of cell phones and email probably freed up a lot of time...
caveman_lee18-Jan-2007 14:52
Nice shot with good lighting! I like the shadows projected in this shot.
mark mortimer24-Dec-2006 12:25
i love this shot, the stones are so out of place but completely beleivable!
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