Postcards 2

2 Jun

About this time last year, I posted a range of urban prehistory postcards. They made little to no impact on anyone who looks at this blog, perhaps because you log on to read serious musings about the interactions between prehistory and urban landscapes. So to celebrate this remarkable realisation, here are some more postcards whether you like it or not….

The enigmas of Edinburgh

Greetings from Auchterarder

 

Excuse me Vicar

Isle of Arran

 

Blimey another nail in the coffin

 

Dolmen near houses

 

Bin to Comrie

 

Hello Miss

 

Prehistoric EK by night

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3 Responses to “Postcards 2”

  1. Ali Isaac June 2, 2014 at 8:31 pm #

    Haha! Very very good! We dont see much intermingling of ancient monument with modern life over here in Ireland. Its such a shame. The standing stone known as Lia Fail at Tara was recently vandalised, did you hear about that? Thats the kind of regard we have for our ancient monuments over here.

  2. Emearg Draw June 3, 2014 at 9:16 am #

    East Kilbride has not changed much haha

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