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"Uncovering the Mysteries of Stones: From Felpham Beach to Avebury" Exploring the rugged beauty of Felpham Beach, near Bognor Regis, West Sussex

Background imageStones Collection: Felpham Beach, near Bognor Regis, West Sussex

Felpham Beach, near Bognor Regis, West Sussex. Date: early 20th century

Background imageStones Collection: Dovedale, stepping stones, Derbyshire, England

Dovedale, stepping stones, Derbyshire, England. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageStones Collection: Detail, Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Detail, Rosetta Stone, British Museum, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: View over Stanage Edge millstones at sunrise, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire

View over Stanage Edge millstones at sunrise, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: Polkanuggo Quarry, Stithians, Cornwall. September 1902

Polkanuggo Quarry, Stithians, Cornwall. September 1902
A view of the quarry face showing workers sitting on a granite block weighing an estimated 2, 738 tons. It was claimed to be the largest single block ever quarried

Background imageStones Collection: Quarry in Mabe or Constantine, Cornwall. 1903-1904

Quarry in Mabe or Constantine, Cornwall. 1903-1904
A view of the quarry face showing two workers with sledge hammers standing by a granite block that is being dressed. Part of the Freeman & Sons, Penryn Collection. Photographer: Unknown

Background imageStones Collection: Christmas Steps, Bristol

Christmas Steps, Bristol
A rainy day on Christmas Steps, Bristol, England. This old thoroughfare probably took its name from a Christmas charity, which was formerly dispensed from here

Background imageStones Collection: Snow Leopards - cubs

Snow Leopards - cubs
DOW-526 Snow Leopards - cubs Uncia uncia Steve Downer Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in anyway

Background imageStones Collection: Dry Stone Walling

Dry Stone Walling
Building a dry-stone wall in Yorkshire. The stones are sorted and graded for foundations, ties and courses which all fit together like a jigsaw

Background imageStones Collection: Royal crowns and sceptre

Royal crowns and sceptre
Symbols of imperial Majesty: St Edwards Crown, with 444 precious stones, remains one of the senior Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom, being the official coronation crown

Background imageStones Collection: Reconstruction of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire

Reconstruction of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire
Reconstruction (after J. Britton) of the Stone circles at Avebury, Wiltshire - The Great stone circle, it is said, was approached by two avenues of 200 stones each

Background imageStones Collection: Polkanuggo Quarry, Stithians, Cornwall. 1903-1904

Polkanuggo Quarry, Stithians, Cornwall. 1903-1904
A general view of Polkanuggo Quarry with steam traction engine BETA No 483 and workers posing for the camera. The traction engine was made around June 1885 by John Fowler of Leeds

Background imageStones Collection: Sheela-na-Gig on the church wall of Killinaboy, Burren, County Clare, Ireland, Europe

Sheela-na-Gig on the church wall of Killinaboy, Burren, County Clare, Ireland, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: Stone therapy

Stone therapy
MODEL RELEASED. Stone therapy. Woman lying on her front with stones placed along her spine. The stones are heated to warm the muscles of the back

Background imageStones Collection: Porth Neigwl or Hells Mouth, LlA'n Peninsula, North Wales, UK. September 2018

Porth Neigwl or Hells Mouth, LlA'n Peninsula, North Wales, UK. September 2018
Porth Neigwl or Hells Mouth, Ll┼Àn Peninsula, North Wales, UK. September 2018

Background imageStones Collection: Great crested newt

Great crested newt (Triturus cristata) underwater. It is named for the large crest that develops on the backs of the males in the mating season

Background imageStones Collection: Fontainebleau Forest - Three Mausoleum Boulders

Fontainebleau Forest - Three Mausoleum Boulders
Fontainebleau Forest - Barbizon, France - The Three Mausoleums. The Forest is popular location for the climbing activity of Bouldering - the sport climbing of rocks such as this. Date: circa 1908

Background imageStones Collection: UFOs over statues

UFOs over statues
UFOs over Easter Island statues. Computer artwork of spacecraft (unidentified flying objects, UFOs) hovering over moai statues

Background imageStones Collection: Beach, Mwnt, Ceredigion, Wales, UK, Europe

Beach, Mwnt, Ceredigion, Wales, UK, Europe
Andrew Davies / SpecialistStock

Background imageStones Collection: Stone Stairway, Skellig Michael, Skellig Islands, County Kerry, Ireland

Stone Stairway, Skellig Michael, Skellig Islands, County Kerry, Ireland

Background imageStones Collection: Teenage barmaid, Halfway House, Rame, Cornwall

Teenage barmaid, Halfway House, Rame, Cornwall
Teenage barmaid at the Halfway House, Rame, Cornwall. circa 1980s

Background imageStones Collection: Picture No. 10947847

Picture No. 10947847
Men-an Tol - Holed Stone West Cornwall, UK. Date:

Background imageStones Collection: Standing stones

Standing stones. This is Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cumbria, England. It is on the level top of a hill in the Lake District

Background imageStones Collection: Sunrise at Summer Solstice celebrations, Stonehenge, UNESCO World Heritage Site

Sunrise at Summer Solstice celebrations, Stonehenge, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: Union Workhouse, Morpeth, Northumberland

Union Workhouse, Morpeth, Northumberland
People walk over stepping stones across the River Wansbeck at Morpeth, Northumberland, with the Morpeth Union workhouse towering above them (centre of picture)

Background imageStones Collection: Haltwhistle Milecastle

Haltwhistle Milecastle
A view toward the Haltwhistle milecastle, on the southern side of Hadrians Wall. The milecastles served as stationing posts along the length of the wall system

Background imageStones Collection: Church at Ardington

Church at Ardington
Holy Trinity Church, Ardington, Berkshire after restoration work carried out by Joseph Clarke in 1846. Included in the drawing is the churchyard & graves

Background imageStones Collection: Money / Stones / Yap 1885

Money / Stones / Yap 1885
Two chiefs of Yap Island, western Caroline (Pacific) Islands with three huge perforated stones which were used as currency

Background imageStones Collection: Ballydehob Viaduct, Ballydehob, Co Cork, Ireland, 12 Arch Viaduct

Ballydehob Viaduct, Ballydehob, Co Cork, Ireland, 12 Arch Viaduct

Background imageStones Collection: Stepping Stones, Jesmond Dene, Northumberland

Stepping Stones, Jesmond Dene, Northumberland
Stepping Stones, Jesmond Dene, Newcastle, near Heaton, Northumberland, England. Showing Edwardian Children Date: 1907

Background imageStones Collection: Stanage Edge millstones at sunrise, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, England

Stanage Edge millstones at sunrise, Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: A beautiful summer dawn at Walberswick, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, Europe

A beautiful summer dawn at Walberswick, Suffolk, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: Low tide, Beach, Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire Coast, West Wales

Low tide, Beach, Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire Coast, West Wales
Andrew Davies / SpecialistStock

Background imageStones Collection: Marloes Sands at high tide, Marloes, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, Europe

Marloes Sands at high tide, Marloes, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK, Europe
Andrew Davies / SpecialistStock

Background imageStones Collection: Celebrated Diamonds

Celebrated Diamonds
Celebrated diamonds including; Regent, Ko-hi-noor, Sancy, Eugenie and Le Grand duc de Toscane

Background imageStones Collection: Gallstones, artwork

Gallstones, artwork
Gallstones. Cutaway computer artwork showing gallstones (brown, lower left) in a human gall bladder (red, oval). The gall bladder is a small muscular sac lying under the liver (not seen)

Background imageStones Collection: Diamond, computer artwork

Diamond, computer artwork
Cut and polished diamond, computer artwork. Diamond is a naturally occurring form of carbon that has crystallised under great pressure

Background imageStones Collection: Cut agates

Cut agates. Assortment of cut and polished agates. Agate is a variety of quartz (silicon oxide). The colours are produced by impurities in the mineral

Background imageStones Collection: Men-an-tol standing stones

Men-an-tol standing stones. This formation of standing stones is thought to be the remains of a Neolithic burial chamber, with the circular shaped stone forming the entrance

Background imageStones Collection: Celtic Monastery, Skellig Michael, UNESCO World Heritage Site, County Kerry

Celtic Monastery, Skellig Michael, UNESCO World Heritage Site, County Kerry, Munster, Republic of Ireland, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: Castlerigg Stone Circle and the Helvellyn Range, Lake District National Park

Castlerigg Stone Circle and the Helvellyn Range, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: Eternal Flame, Kennedy Gravesite, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington

Eternal Flame, Kennedy Gravesite, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, United States of America, North America

Background imageStones Collection: Aerial image of Boscawen-Un Stone Circle, with gorse flowers, St. Buryan

Aerial image of Boscawen-Un Stone Circle, with gorse flowers, St. Buryan, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: Callanish Standing Stones, Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Callanish Standing Stones, Lewis, Outer Hebrides, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageStones Collection: Aubreys Plan of Avebury

Aubreys Plan of Avebury
John Aubreys plan of Avebury. Aubrey was an English antiquary, who suplimented his writings on sites with detailed plans and sketches

Background imageStones Collection: Merrivale Stone Avenue

Merrivale Stone Avenue
An avenue of standing stones at Merrivale on Dartmoor

Background imageStones Collection: Bedruthan Steps, Cornwall, England, UK, Europe

Bedruthan Steps, Cornwall, England, UK, Europe
Andrew Davies / SpecialistStock

Background imageStones Collection: Blea Tarn and Langdale Pikes, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Blea Tarn and Langdale Pikes, Lake District National Park, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, Europe



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"Uncovering the Mysteries of Stones: From Felpham Beach to Avebury" Exploring the rugged beauty of Felpham Beach, near Bognor Regis, West Sussex, where stones tell tales of ancient shores and timeless tides. Stepping into history at Dovedale's enchanting stepping stones in Derbyshire, England – a path that connects us with nature's wonders. Witnessing the breathtaking sunrise over Stanage Edge millstones in Peak District National Park, Derbyshire – a reminder of man's ingenuity amidst nature's grandeur. Delving into the intricate details of the Rosetta Stone at British Museum, London – an artifact that unlocked countless stories from civilizations past. Royal crowns and scepter gleaming with regal elegance - symbols carved in stone reminding us of centuries-old traditions and monarchies' enduring power. Mastering the artistry of Dry Stone Walling – a craft passed down through generations, showcasing strength and resilience etched in every stone. Journeying back to Polkanuggo Quarry in Stithians, Cornwall (1903-1904) – witnessing laborers shaping rocks that would build foundations for future generations. Climbing up Christmas Steps in Bristol - each worn stone step whispering secrets from centuries ago as modern life bustles by above them. Glimpses into the playful world of snow leopard cubs - their paws dancing on stones as they navigate their snowy habitat with grace and agility. Reconstructing ancient mysteries at Avebury's Stone Circles in Wiltshire - standing amongst towering monoliths that hold echoes from our distant ancestors' rituals and beliefs Exploring Haltwhistle Milecastle along Hadrian's Wall - where weathered stones guard remnants of Roman history against time’s relentless march