In 2003, fine art photographer Barbara Yoshida pitched a tent next to a circle of tall standing stones called the Ring of Brodgar in the Orkney Islands in Scotland. Using a 4 x 5 film camera, she photographed the stones from evening to dawn bathed in moonlight. The results of this shoot inspired her to embark on a project to photograph lesser known stones around the world that were built before Stonehenge.
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