Callanish Stones

By Nathan Myhrvold
Limited Edition

The Callanish standing stones were erected in the late Neolithic era on the Isle of Lewis, in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. Composed of a circle of 13 standing stones with a central monolith and several smaller satellite circles, the site was constructed between 2900 and 2600 BC, predating even Stonehenge. The purpose of the stones is not fully understood, but it is believed they were used for ritual or astronomy purposes. The site an important and well-preserved example of prehistoric standing stones in Europe. Nathan took this photograph at sunset, capturing a panoramic silhouette of monoliths against a horizon of orange clouds.

Aspect Ratio: Panorama

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