This is a new wintery Standing Stones at Brodgar Curve. Measuring approximately 40 x 10 cm it’s the largest size of curve.
The back ground has a grey sky with a moon and black standing stones standing on a black base.
Here’s what Orkneyjar have to say about the stones
Part of the Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site, the Ring of Brodgar is found in the West Mainland parish of Stenness. It stands on an eastward-sloping plateau on the Ness of Brodgar – a thin strip of land separating the Harray and Stenness lochs.
Because the interior of the Ring of Brodgar has never been fully excavated, or scientifically dated, the monument’s actual age remains uncertain. However, it is generally assumed to have been erected between 2500 BC and 2000 BC, and was, therefore, the last of the great Neolithic monuments built on the Ness.
All my work is made in my studio Ingaskeldt in beautiful Orkney.