The Rollright Stones Down a quiet lane, amidst a scatter of farm building, stands St Philip’s Parish Church, all that is left of the village of Little Rollright. From there, a pleasant climb through open pastures led to a complex of neolithic and bronze age megalithic monuments. On route, an art installation in Brighthill wood provided a fanciful and whimsical experience, somehow in keeping with the legends surrounding the stones. Modest St Philip’s Church, with its fine 17th century monuments, provided an appropriate close to a fascinating and very pleasant walk.
A Sense of Place:  Travel, Photography, and Photo-art
by David E. Moon
© David E. Moon, 2018  All rights reserved
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The Rollright Stones Down a quiet lane, amidst a scatter of farm building, stands St Philip’s Parish Church, all that is left of the village of Little Rollright. From there, a pleasant climb through open pastures led to a complex of neolithic and bronze age megalithic monuments. On route, an art installation in Brighthill wood provided a fanciful and whimsical experience, somehow in keeping with the legends surrounding the stones. Modest St Philip’s Church, with its fine 17th  century monuments, provided an appropriate close to a fascinating and very pleasant walk.
A Sense of Place:  Travel, Photography, and Photo-art
© David E. Moon, 2014  All rights reserved
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