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The most ancient recorded name for the lands of Britain - England, Scotland and Wales. This is the Britain where I lived as a child and it's the Britain to which I still venture whenever I hear it call. 

It's also the Britain that I seek to capture in images, in the hope that others might see them and be inspired to listen more carefully in the gloaming hour for the whispering of our fey past. 

Walk out when you hear that voice and look for the paths trod by our ancestors, for they lead to ancient places - places where the stones have stories for those with an ear to listen.

Isle of Albion News - July 2014

Over the last week, I've added new information fields to the site guides. Where applicable, alternate names for sites will now be listed. If I've photographed a site more than once, the dates of both the first and last sessions will be listed. This is for my own reference as much as anything. Finally, I've added an option to view the map in full screen.

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I still have a backlog of sites that are slowly being added. The bulk of these are from from Scotland and Ireland, but there's also a handful from the Welsh borders and elsewhere. I also have some updates and a few new sites to add from the Lake District, including some long overdue new photographs of Castlerigg and Swinside stone circles.

Last updated: Friday 22nd August 2014