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tiompan
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Re: How is Rock Art aged?/Cupmarks
Dec 17, 2012, 20:23
thesweetcheat wrote:
tiompan wrote:
Never fair to judge from pics TSC . particularly if negatively . if pushed I would say no . Despite the rock being portable and there being a nearby possible cairn and portables being found in cairns although not in that area afaik phew . It looks a bit big and I wonder why another face wasn't chosen . Single cups are also often the most dificult and they are usually appended "possible " maybe the best bet in the circumstances .


That's fair - you can see from the comments I added to the pics that I thought it could easily be natural. Re the size though, it's much smaller than the cups on the marked stone at Harold's Stones.




Ahh I know Harolds stones and in that case I misjudged the size in the pic .
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