Ballynoe, county Down.
J 481 404 - Sheet 21
A view of the circle from the NE on a snowy winter morning, with the Mountains of Mourne to the South-west.
They do not seem to align significantly either at the autumn equinox nor the winter solstice,
though at some point between these days the sun must set in the cunnic gap
between the two contiguous highest of the rounded peaks just visible in this picture
between and above the letters A and B.
The Western axial stone is marked with the letter A.
The Eastern axial stone is marked with the letter B. Another stone is behind it.
One of the stones on the E side of the circle, immediately
below the letter B above,
Click on the stone for a view from the West showing the entrance to the circle.
Click here to compare the circle at Swinside in Cumbria.
And click here for a slide-show.