Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Dry Stone Walling


We went for a walk recently at Durlston Country Park on the cliffs above Swanage, and came across these examples of dry stone walling.  I’d heard that classes in the craft are run there, so thought this must be a result of them.  Don’t you think they are very artistic for something with such a practical use?


 

4 comments:

Fantasy Writer said...

I have some dry stone work at my home and personally I really like it. It is something nice to look at though it isn't as kid friendly as some of the other features we have.

Gina Alfani said...

I had to comment on how awesome that wall is . . . I'd love to do something like that in my garden, raised beds for example.

Found your blog through Adgetize and EC . . . was doing the daily rounds and that photo caught my eye.

Have an awesome weekend!

Gina

jakill said...

OK Fantasy Writer. I agree it is great to look at, but not particularly kid friendly. I dread to think what a tiny vandal could do with it.

jakill said...

Thanks Gina. It's good to know when a photo is eye catching.

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