The Lozarithm Lens

By lozarithm

West Kennett Longbarrow

West Kennett Longbarrow is one of Wiltshire's treasures. Not only older than Stonehenge, it even pre-dates Silbury Hill by a millennium, having been constructed over 5,500 years ago. It is a chambered tomb used to bury around 50 people over a thousand-year period, before being filled in 4,000 years ago.

This picture depicts the neolithic stone entrance at its head, on this extremely chilly desolate day.

You can read more about the Longbarrow here.

Landscape from the Longbarrow entrance

Entrance stones with Silbury Hill in background

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