Wednesday, 10 December 2014


Animal skulls

We were walking by the River Dane, the river that separates Staffordshire from its northern neighbour of Cheshire, near a place called Gig Hall.  It is in quite an abandoned part of the country. 
By the bank was a rough-hewn set of shelves on which were these animal skulls.
Were they just found objects?  A collection drying in the sun? Some evidence of esoteric research? A warning?
No idea.


  1. I would think a collection drying in the sun.

  2. Interesting. I wrote an article about this phenomenon, which I've encountered in many places, some time ago. If you're interested, it's here:

    Neat photo!

    Rusty Ring: Reflections of an Old-Timey Hermit