Scottish master craftsman gathers examples of dry stone features round the world to spread the word about the delights of this ancient craft.
Monday, 1 October 2012
This standing stone near Lochgilphead in Scotland has a large number of Pictish cup marks . The markings like these were early signs on rocks (at least 3000 years ago) which are not understood by modern archaeologists. Some believe they are maps of good ground or springs, others that they have religious significance.