These are some of the Rollright Stones, near Chipping Norton on the Oxfordshire/Warwickshire border – I have been here before (see this post), but not for quite some time.
Three sets of Neolithic and Bronze age stones in total – a stone circle (The Kings Men), a burial chamber (The Whispering Knights) and a single monolith (The King Stone) – the stones are quite worn and pitted – they have been here for around 4500 years!
The photograph above shows some of the Kings Men stone circle, almost in silhouette against a dramatic sky – when I first arrived it was so foggy that it was not possible to see more than 20m but this had cleared considerably by the time I had taken Sparky for a walk down to Little Rollright and back.
Converted to B&W using SilverFX Pro.
18mm(XF18-55mmF2.8-4 R LM OIS); 1/450s@f14; ISO200 – handheld – post process in Lightroom and SilverFX Pro