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An Avebury Stone Circle photograph in atmospheric black and white. Fully mounted and ready to be framed.
Avebury is a Neolithic stone henge surrounding a tiny village in Southwest England. It's an extremely popular tourist attraction. It's the largest stone circle in the world and forms part of a larger series of prehistoric structures including Stonehenge, Silbury Hill, West Kennet Long Barrow, Wayland's Smith and others. Glastonbury is also nearby.
This Avebury Stone Circle photographic print is :-
- printed on A4 (21x30cm) professional semi-gloss photographic paper;
- individually signed and fully mounted (including back board) on 28x35cm black or cream card; and
- shipped in board-backed packaging in a sealed cellophane protective sleeve.
For any other sizes or options (eg canvas, acrylic, acrylic block) please contact me.
I first went to Avebury with a school geography trip. As a child I'd been fascinated by a TV series called Children of the Stones, and was a fan of another TV series around the time of my visit called Quatermass. Avebury featured heavily in both, so I was very excited to be there.
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