STANDING WITH STONES

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Over two years in the making, Standing with Stones was made by just two men with fantastic film making skills, a camper van and a passion for the monuments in stone left to us by Neolithic and Bronze Age ancestors.

The result is a remarkable feature length documentary film and a gorgeous coffee-table book that take the viewer on a journey of discovery, uncovering the true extent and variety of megalithic Britain and Ireland.

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Official website http://standingwithstones.net

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Soon after the beginning of our journey from near Land’s End it is clear that our megalithic heritage offers far more variety and intrigue than we could have imagined. From the cosy lanes of Cornwall to the barren bleakness of Dartmoor, expect the unexpected.

Including: Ballowall Barrow, Merry Maidens, Tregeseal, Nine Maidens, Boskawen Un, Chun Quiot, Lanyon Quiot, Men-an-Tol, The Hurlers, Duloe, Trevethy Quoit, Merrivale, etc.

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The West Country & Dartmoor | Part 1 of ‘Standing with Stones’

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Southern England | Part 2 of ‘Standing with Stones’

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Of course, Southern England is host to the most familiar and iconic megalithic monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury, but when you look a bit further, there’s more to this part of the country than you may think.

This is the second of a complete seven-part online edition of Standing with Stones. If you’ve ever dreamed of travelling through Great Britain & Ireland, visiting the standing stones and other fantastic monuments that our ancient ancestors left us, then you will love this film. Over two years in the making, Standing with Stones was made by just two men with great film making skills, a camper van and a passion for the monuments in stone left to us by Neolithic and Bronze Age ancestors. The result is a remarkable feature length documentary film that take the viewer on a journey of discovery, uncovering the true extent and variety of megalithic Britain and Ireland.

In this part: Nine Stones, Kmowleton Henge, The Chestnuts, Coldrum, London Stone, Stonehenge, Woodhenge, West Kennett, Silbury Hill, Avebury, Stanton Drew, Uffington White Horse, Stoney Littleton, Wayland’s Smithy, Belas Knap, The Rollright Stones.

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Wales | Part 3 of ‘Standing with Stones’

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The megalithic landcape changes profoundly with open skies and smaller monuments. However, the significance of what can be found here is in no way diminished, especially after Rupert makes an amazing discovery on Anglesey.

This is the third of a complete seven-part online edition of Standing with Stones. If you’ve ever dreamed of travelling through Great Britain & Ireland, visiting the standing stones and other fantastic monuments that our ancient ancestors left us, then you will love this film. Over two years in the making, Standing with Stones was made by just two men with great film making skills, a camper van and a passion for the monuments in stone left to us by Neolithic and Bronze Age ancestors. The result is a remarkable feature length documentary film that take the viewer on a journey of discovery, uncovering the true extent and variety of megalithic Britain and Ireland.

In this episode, Ponty Pridd Rocking Stone, Tinkinswood, Cerrig Duon & Maen Mawr, Gors Fawr, Llech y Tripedd, Pentre Ifan, Ysbytty Cynfyn, Moel y Uchaf, Druid’s Circle, Menai Straight, Barclodiad y Gowres, Bryn Celli Ddu.

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IRELAND | Part 4 of ‘Standing with Stones’

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Isle of Man & Northern England | Part 5 of ‘Standing with Stones’

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Scotland | Part 6 of ‘Standing with Stones’

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The Scottish Isles | Part 7 of ‘Standing with Stones’

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