Still Images
Maeshowe Project November 2003 - February 2004

Maeshowe
Maeshowe forms part of the complex of Neolithic monuments in the centre of the West Mainland as well as being very impressive internally, it is very conspicuous in the landscape. It changes its aspect depending on the season, weather and lighting.

The following images were taken in late November soon after sunrise on a calm, frosty morning with mist over the landscape, and during "flashing" on 30th November, when the sun dips behind the Ward Hill of Hoy and then momentarlity reappears.

11721 Maeshowe from N
11722 Maeshowe from N
11723 Maeshowe from N
11724 Maeshowe from N
11726 Maeshowe from N
11821 Maeshowe from SE
11832 "Flashing" from Maeshowe
11834 "Flashing" from Maeshowe
11835 "Flashing" in Maeshowe
11836 "Flashing" in Maeshowe
11837 "Flashing" in Maeshowe
11838 "Flashing" in Maeshowe


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