Ancient stones in early building constructions

Stone textures at Broch of Gurness 2

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More natural patterns and textures of Devonian sedimentary flagstones (often covered with lichens or with ferns growing in the crevices) used in the building stonework for an ancient archaeological site called the Broch of Gurness in Orkney. This location is described in the earlier post of Orkney Shores – Broch of Gurness.

 

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