A POEM A DAY - WHISPERING KNIGHTS



This beautiful woodland arch is in the woods adjoining the Whispering Knights Dolmen and Rollright stone circle in Oxfordshire which date back 6000 years. The arch is made out of brash, the remains of tree thinning and is one of a number of sculptural works dotted through the wood, along with a large labyrinth called Neolithic echoes. On a rainy morning the whole area had a mystical and inspiring feel and the management of the trees was enhanced by the beauty of the brash works. 

The woods and art are part of a project called 'The Whispering Knights Project' and their website below gives more information on the project and the history of the portal dolmen tomb and the stone circle. 


https://www.whisperingknights.org/


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