Ale Stones.

Ale’s Stones (Ales stenar in Swedish) is a megalithic monument in Scania in southern Sweden , probably from circa 600 CE, that is, the end of the Nordic Iron Age . Scanian folklore ascribes the stones to King Ales’s grave. This site is significant for Scandinavian heritage studies.

Ale’s Stones consist of a 67 metre long stone ship formed by 59 large boulders of sandstone, weighing up to 1.8 tonnes each. (from Wikipedia).

I took these two photos a couple of years ago:

Ale Stones, Kåseberga, Skåne, Sweden

Ale Stones, Kåseberga, Skåne, Sweden

Ale Stones, Kåseberga, Skåne, Sweden

Ale Stones, Kåseberga, Skåne, Sweden

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2 thoughts on “Ale Stones.

  1. there is nothing here that tells me you are a hobbyist photographer you pictures are outstanding colour light composition love your picture of the cats at the top outstanding!

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