Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire, Wales While with an eye made quiet by the power Of harmony, and the deep power of joy, We see into the life of things. -Wordsworth from 'Tintern Abbey'
An aerial view of a group of round barrows and a long barrow at Winterbourne, Stoke, UK. - Barrows are mounds of earth covering prehistoric tombs. The earliest barrow on this site dates from circa 2100 BC. - via English Heritage
The Loughcrew Cairns in Ireland are a series of tombs dating to 3200 B. Also known as the Hills of the Witch, the thirty-plus cairns and mounds feature Neolithic art, and display a knowledge of astronomy.
Standing stones on Dartmoor by Helen Mason
Ta Prohm Temple ruins in Angkor, Cambodia.
Trees grow from the Ta Prohm Temple ruins in Angkor, Cambodia. This temple was left untouched by the Khmer Rouge regime, a symbol of fortitude shrouded in nature's camouflage.
A section of the famous Hadrian's wall in Northumberland, England. The wall was commissioned in 122 CE by Emperor Hadrian and was built to separate the north of Britain (Scotland) with the south.
marjoleinhoekendijk: “ bluepueblo: “ Ancient Ruins, Llyn Dwyarchen, North Wales photo via hobbitlad ” ☽☉☾ Pagan, Viking, Nature and Tolkien things ☽☉☾ ”
Picture of photo ancient celtic burial grave site west coast ireland stock photo, images and stock photography.
Tomás Saraceno Launches You into the Sky with His Latest Suspended Installation In Orbit at Staendehaus installation
Greenland Iceberg Drawings by Zaria Forman. Zaria Forman creates breathtaking pastel drawings of Greenland’s icebergs that are exceptional in three ways.
This is pretty cool. Stockholm-based photographer Philip Karlberg used peg board and colored sticks to create these portraits for a Plaza Magazine photo shoot. See if you can guess who is featured in each of these "on point" portraits.
Mysterious Gobekli Tepe - The world's oldest temple. Carbon dated to just after the last ice age. In Urfa - Turkey - Discovered in 1994 by a Kurdish shepherd