Friday, April 01, 2011

Ancient's knew how to laugh...



Recently...Seawitch...aka George...totally ruined this beautiful picture for me...thanks George!...And the reason?

Think LOL (first and last time I will ever do that silly speak!)

So as it's THAT day...thought it might make you laugh :o)

Seawitch's lovely pictures can be viewed at his website here

Here's what George has to say about his picture...(before he ruined it for everyone! ;o)

Raven at the Men-an-Tol

The Men-an-Tol is one of Britain's smallest Megalithic standing stone sites, but also one of the best known, set in the bleak Cornish landscape it's origins are uncertain, but it was probably an Iron age tomb of around 4,000 years ago, recent research shows it is also part of a stone circle..
The name Men-an-Tol is Cornish language for 'Holed Stone', it has in the past been also known as the 'Devil's eye', and 'Crick stone' because of it's reputation for curing backache.
Children with Rickets and Tuberculosis were for for centuries passed through it's hole three times naked and then through the grass three times anti-clockwise, or Widdershins.
Some quarters say the place protects from witchcraft yet many visitors are Witches and Wiccans.

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