Standing Stones

This will be the last post that I make to the blog on this trip to the Ring of Kerry .
We are homeward-bound tomorrow, via Rosscrea, Dublin, Chester and the A1 south to Essex.

These are the standing stones – maybe part of a stone circle ( it was hard to tell! ) – at Cashelkeetly on the Breara Way, another circular path south of the Ring of Kerry.
The stones are on a plateau about 400 feet above sea level and it is believed that they were put in place in about 700 BC.

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2 thoughts on “Standing Stones

  1. Hi, Lisa.
    I was concerned that the tops of the stones were too close to the background horizon. What do you think?
    In any case, and as always, thanks for your kind comment. Much appreciated. 🙂

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