|This picture looks out from Lacra D looking round to the east, out over the Irish sea to the Isle of Man. In the centre of the picture, alongside a stone wall crossing the shot, you can make out two fingers of stone. These are known as the Giant's Grave. I was not stood at Lacra B to take this pic, and I cannot make out if the shadow on the horizon is the Manx Island, so no alignment theories can be based on this limited information (I must apologise).|
|Here my mate Phil, who I had dragged round some of the most desparately dull circles in Cumbria, bravely poses by the taller of the two stones in the Giant's Grave. It was a *great* day out (apart from the thing with the car keys, which I have already forgotten about). :-)|
Here the two stones are seen against the hedge and gate. Slender slabs of local rock, a portal into another dimaension? A support for a house roof? A gatepost built to last? An astronomical pointer from Lacra to the Isle of Man?
We may never know.