RAMP in Rothbury 1

Today we held our first workshop in Rothbury. Despite my sunny presence, the weather wasn’t as good as last week, but the sun did eventually come out, and it stayed dry. I was struck by how drastically the sun and light affects what you can see on the rock. Five of us were standing at the Horseshoe Rock at Lordenshaws, with Kate pointing out some of the cup marks. Suddenly the sun appeared and the rock was bathed in brilliant light, and lots of the markings which I hadn’t noticed were cast into relief.

A big thank you to everyone who came along, we hope you enjoyed the day. If you were there today, and would like to leave us a comment or thought please do so!



About Debbie Maxwell

Researcher on Rock Art Mobile Project (RAMP).
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