28 January 2011

Photo Hunt - Standing

The theme for the week's Photo Hunt is standing. This is a standing stone, part of the Knocknakilla stone circle in County Cork, Ireland

24 comments:

Annie said...

Very nice. Love the stone and the photo. Have a great weekend!

Carver said...

Great shot for the theme. I hope you have a happy weekend.

Sue St Clair said...

Magical! Happy photo hunt and weekend Jams :)

Life Ramblings said...

nice take. have a great weekend.

Gengen said...

That is an interesting stone. Happy hunting. Mine is up too.

susan said...

It could be said it's a dancing stone stopped in mid pirouette.

Liz said...

Great fins for the theme.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Standing

YTSL said...

Er... is it also a phallic stone, do you reckon, jams? ;b

ancient one said...

Very interesting stone..... perfect for the theme!

bing said...

uhmm.. is this natural or man made?

Luna Miranda said...

now this is amazing! i've read about Knocknakilla--a very interesting place.

ian said...

interesting entity. what is this standing stone for?

ipanema said...

great subject! nice take on the theme.

happy weekend! :)

jams o donnell said...

Thanks everyone. YTSL am sure that the builders had that in mind, especially since the Paps are not many miles away!

Marta said...

I like the black and white approach on the photo. Good balance in the composition also with the diagonal. I like some of your recent photos also. Very atmospheric.

Alice Audrey said...

It looks drunk, barely standing.

Hood Photo Blog said...

Very cool shot! This was my first time participating in the Photohunt :)

Hood Photo Blog

Anneke (Mudhooks) said...

You are so lucky to have so much ancient history available to you...

Colin Campbell said...

No doubt been standing for a while.

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Oh. Uh... so you mean it's not an ancient surfing board then. OK.

Eden said...

What a cool photo! I had to do a double-take on the picture to check it out more closely. Perfect for the theme!

nursemyra said...

Impressive

jams o donnell said...

Thanks everyone!

Rach said...

the black and white make it look very eerie!