Echoing thorough the mists of time, the ancient stones resonate as symbol of a people
Whilst researching and photographing the landscape and archeological sites on Bodmin Moor, it struck me that generations of people, living over a period of around four millennia, left so little behind in terms of material culture.
Their everyday objects almost entirely vanished, faded away in layers time.
The stone monuments marking the landscape are an enduring and powerful, yet puzzling sign of their presence.
The landscape on Bodmin Moor has a certain charm and evocative quality. Its bleakness and solitude add to an intangible air of mystery, legend and timeless beauty.