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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Tour Scotland Dry Stone Dykes

Tour Scotland Dry Stone Dykes. Dry-stone walls, also known as a dry-stone dykes, and drystane dykes, are very common in Highland Scotland. These Scottish walls are built from stones without any mortar to bind them together. As with other dry stone structures, the wall is held up by the interlocking of the stones. Such walls are used both in building construction and as field boundaries. The wall seen above is in Glen Quaich, near Amulree, Perthshire, Scotland. Other photographs from a Small Group Tour of Scotland.

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