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Hurlers Stone Circles

Located in the scenic landscape of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, the Hurlers date from about 1500 BC. They consist of three stone circles in a row and are named for a medieval legend that they are men turned to stone for hurling (a Celtic game) on Sunday.

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Colour Study: Farrow and Ball Hardwick White

Welcome to another Modern Country Style Paint Colour Case Study. This time its the turn of Farrow and Ball Hardwick White (number 5) to come under my watchful eye. Farrow and Ball Hardwick ...

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Rustic water feature

Rustic water feature An ancient stone trough, with a lion-shaped spout, turns a rustic garden wall into an unusual water feature

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Kunzite is known for its strong pleochroism showing lighter and more intense coloring in different directions. Kunzite may fade in strong light. Some deep pink stones have turned nearly colorless from fading. Kunzite is sometimes called "evening stone" for this reason.

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Love this set up- gallery shelves hide secret bathroom and there's gallery bed space above (Emma Burns' barn)

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The Hurlers Bodmin Moor Cornwall. A close grouping of three Late Neolithic or Early Bronze Age stone circles. Stone circles are extremely rare in England, & a grouping of three such regular circles is unique. A local legend identifies The Hurlers as men who were turned to stone for playing the ancient game of hurling on a Sunday but they obviously pre-date Christianity by a couple thousand years

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Jan Lewin-Cadogan. Technical: white stoneware clay. Various barium glazes. Various lava/crater glazes. Glossy deep blue or turquoise stone ware glazes. Fired to 1260 Celsius.

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Gaia Stone is the name given to a glassy material derived from the ash of the Mount St. Helens volcanic eruption of 1980. Gaia Stone carries strong Earth energy

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