Nine Maidens Standing Stone, Seventh of Nine
This megalith is one of the Nine Maidens, a row of neolithic standing stones at the edge of the Saint Breock Downs in Cornwall. Local legend has it that the nine maidens were turned to stone as punishment for dancing on a Sunday. They are aligned to the northeast towards a distant stone called The Fiddler who is said to be the petrified remains of the musician who played for the dancers.
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|Camera Model:||Canon EOS 20D|
|Date Created:||Jun 14, 2009|
|Shutter Speed:||1/500 sec|
|Focal Length:||17 mm|
Location: Saint Breock Downs
Country: United Kingdom
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