I don't know what our ancesters were up to six thousand years ago, they certainly liked big stones and putting them in circles. Thankfully they also put them in some lovely places, perfect for a bike ride, though that probably wasn't their intention:smile: Rollright Stones in Oxfordshire, taken a few years ago on my Olympus C2000Z when 2MP seemed like a lot. Calanis Stones on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. Taken a couple of years ago on my less serious Olympus C7000 Ring O'Brodgar in the Orkney Isles in Scotland. A huge circle that isn't possible to get in one shot with my camera. Taken earlier this year with the LX5. This one a bit more local to me. Arbor Low in Derbyshire. The stones are no longer standing, though the earthworks around them are very impressive. Taken this morning with the LX5 So, were there any Neolithics near you, what were they up to?