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The gallery has photos of ancient Scottish sites such as recumbent stone circles, stone circles, long cairns, Pictish carvings and early fortifications including Tap ONoth, Bennachie, Kinord, and most of the following:
Aikey Brae RSC; Balquhain Stone Circle; Brandsbutt Stone; Broomend of Crichie Henge and Pictish Symbol Stone; Castle Fraser Stone Circle; Consumption Dykes, Kingswells; Corsedarder Memorial; Cothiemuir Wood RSC; Craigearn Standing Stone; Craw Stane, Rhynie; Cullerlie Stone Circle; Culsh earthhouse or souterrain; Easter Aquthorthies RSC; Eslie the Greater RSC; Eslie the Lessler RSC; Garrol Wood RSC; Glassel Stone Circle; Kinord Cross; Kirkton of Bourtie RSC; Loanhead of Daviot RSC; Long Cairn, Corsedarder; Maidenstone Symbol Stone; Mid Mar Stone Circle; Nine Staines RSC; Picardy Pictish Symbol Stone; Strichen RSC; Sueno Stone, Forres; Sunhoney RSC; Tomnaverie RSC;

Kirkton of Bourtie RSC jkl7755jhp 
 Bronze Age Recumbent Stone Circle Kirkton Bourtie Aberdeenshire Scotland ruins horizon north of Inverurie off the Oldmeldrum road and easily accessed from the road in a field. Obviously avoid damaging crops although access should be left. Wonderful panoramic views over Aberdeenshire and Donside to the south and west with the hill of Bennachie in centre distance. The general view now to Bennachie has been ruined by an inappropriately situated huge metal barn and a good illustration at the thoughtless planning permission rules operated in Aberdeenshire. 
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Photographer: Jim Henderson
Collection: Ancient Stones
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Kirkton of Bourtie RSC jkl7755jhp
Upload Date: Saturday, January 11, 2014
Photo Size: 11.0 MB; 5325x3543 pixels
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Bronze Age Recumbent Stone Circle Kirkton Bourtie Aberdeenshire Scotland ruins

horizon north of Inverurie off the Oldmeldrum road and easily accessed from the road in a field. Obviously avoid damaging crops although access should be left. Wonderful panoramic views over Aberdeenshire and Donside to the south and west with the hill of Bennachie in centre distance. The general view now to Bennachie has been ruined by an inappropriately situated huge metal barn and a good illustration at the thoughtless planning permission rules operated in Aberdeenshire.
Keywords: Scotland, Scottish, Grampian, Aberdeenshire, Donside, Inverurie, Oldmeldrum, Kirkton, Bourtie, RSC, winter, horizon, Recumbent, Stone, Circle, Ring, Cairn, ellipse, elliptical, 2014, Nikon, D700, DSLR, landscape, history, Bronze, Age, ancient, archaeology, ancestors, neolithic, excavation, bone, radiocarbon, dating, monument, stones, altar, flankers, monoliths, sockets, uprights, kerb, radials, monolith, hilltop, cemetery, sacrifice, cremation, burial, cult, quartz, granite, tribe, antiquity, leader, generation, death, ceremony, construction, primitive, community, field, territorial, marker, clearances, ritual, rural, nature, astronomical, seasons, moon, lunar, stellar, colourful, colorful, coloured, colored, peaceful, quiet, sun, sunshine, grass, green, blue, white, farming, agriculture, countryside
 


 

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