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Thursday, August 14, 2008
(Previous entries available here)

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The cherry-picker on site today, to allow for some "aerial" photographs
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Structure One
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Structure Eight
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The outer face of the "Great Wall of Brodgar", on the right, with the additional wall, and potential ditch terminal, on the left
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Trench P, looking towards Maeshowe and Stones of Stenness
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Trench J
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Dan Lee in Trench P, with Structure One.
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Structure One again.
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Trench P, looking towards Structure One.
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Structure Eight stonework.
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The original face of the "Great Wall of Brodgar" at the rear, with the additional wall and ditch in front.
The Ness of Brodgar
Orkney's World Heritage Site
The Ring of Brodgar
Archaeology around the Ness of Brodgar
The Standing Stones of Stenness
The Barnhouse Settlement