The Dry Tree Menhir – the Goonhilly Downs standing stone — The Cornish Bird

In the past writers have described the Goonhilly Downs on the Lizard peninsula as a bleak, remote and wild. It was once said to be the haunt of notorious highway men and travellers often complained of disorientating drifts of fog. But the day I visited the downs were beautiful. The only drifts were of pink…

via The Dry Tree Menhir – the Goonhilly Downs standing stone — The Cornish Bird

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