Is this a young King Arthur in the photo?
O wow! I am now wondering why Glen Innes! Great to see this!
Gemma, Glen Innes is a very celtic town. I will show you the 'standing stones' which are nearby soon.
Offhand, I would say this is not the young King Arthur!Red Skirt
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Trying to pull it out looks fun!
Did he get it out?
No Rod, sadly my son is not destined to be King of England! Ps I'm sure you closely examined the block of granite the sword is in.
I'm sorry to hear that Mark. Surely he had a better chance than most? I think the story of Arthur can be thought of from the Cornwall area(?) - so the selection of a granite for the sword in the rock at Glen Innes is quite suitable, since that is a common Cornish Rock. Your latest posts are of the area I enjoy very much, the New England area is wonderful and seeing your next pictures of Guyra reminds me of how cold the place is!
Nice one! That needs more than person to pull it out:)Visiting for Ruby Tuesday 2- hope you can stop by..http://www.sweethomephilippines.com/2012/07/fire-truck-at-deer-ranch.html
Fun shot indeed!
lol pic....can I try? I think I'm pure of heart (lol, again)
Captured beautifully! Late visit from Ruby Tuesday.Red Baron is my entry, hope you can still peek and leave a comment. Thanks.