It's hard to believe July is here – a month that would normally mean the arrival of a team of archaeologists at the Ness of Brodgar, where Ola lived for three decades. This year it's quite a different scene: the clink and scrape of archaeologist’s tools have been replaced by the beautiful sounds of nature. This is the first year since its discovery in 2003 that the annual dig at ‘the most important archaeological site in western Europe,’ hasn't gone ahead. Instead, we've enjoyed watching nature return to the Ness, captured beautifully by dig director Nick Card. Images by Nick Card...
- 16 Jul, 2020
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