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Alford Image Library

Very peculiar carved stone
The Alford Image Library
Very peculiar carved stone

Look carefully......can you see what appears to have been carved into this piece of diorite? Incidentally, most of the other oddly incised stones happen to be pieces of diorite. Have you seen it yet? .......Well, admittedly it is much clearer in real life than in a photograph.....it would appear to be a fish or dolphin (head to left, tail to right, V markings along the body).....intriguing!
Picture added on 13 September 2008
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Prehistoric stones and stone circles
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