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  Avebury Standing Stone

Avebury Standing Stone
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Uploader comment: Br /~Another magnificent standing stone at Avebury, Wiltshire, England~

   

 
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Comment icon #6 Posted by thefinalfrontier on 4 April, 2009, 19:23
That stone is huge,, Thanks for showing us this stuff bee,Regards;TFF
Comment icon #5 Posted by bee on 4 April, 2009, 22:43
You're very welcome. It is a pleasure to share.
Comment icon #4 Posted by mr rainbow on 12 April, 2011, 2:19
how does one do that?
Comment icon #3 Posted by grnpaed on 22 April, 2011, 15:14
How does one do that? There is a viable theory that lightning caused the pitting and scaring. See: "Thunderbolts.com" and "Symbols of an Ancient Sky" for a mind blowing trip into the incredible.
Comment icon #2 Posted by grnpaed on 22 April, 2011, 15:16
By the way BEE... I love your Avatar!
Comment icon #1 Posted by Erudite Celt on 18 May, 2012, 6:48
More of a sitting boulder rather than standing stone.


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