The writer Kevin Crossley-Holland and the photographer Andrew Rafferty are well known for their fine work evoking the power of British prehistoric sites and landscapes. In their book The Stones Remain they collaborated to reveal the austere magnificence of the ancient megalithic sites of Britain. Here writer and photographer come together to explore a journey that culminates in the arrival at Seahenge on the North Norfolk coast, with all its bleak beauty and suggestion of eternal flux.

Kevin Crossley-Holland writes:

The existence of a timber circle not far from Holme and Old Hunstanton ...


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