Scotland - Lightdancer Photography

Share with your friends

Callanish Stones Panorama

Callanish Stones Panorama

When seen from above, the Callanish standing stones resemble the shape of a Celtic cross and are thought to have been erected sometime between 2900 and 2600 BC. They are located on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland in the United Kingdom. This is a panoramic image taken at sunset shortly after the summer solstice.

Scotlandstanding stones Scotlandstanding stones Outlanderstanding stones BraveLewis IslandHebridesOuter HebridesCallanishstanding stonesmystic ruinsdruidsritual sacrificesunsetpanoramaCallanish stading stones sunsetGraham HillKelowna photographerlightdancer photography