Can anyone identify the arrangement of twigs in the photo

  hssutton 06 May 13
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The photo is of an Ionic temple on the Rievaulx Terrace. To the side of the temple was an arrangement of twigs with a daisy chain (inset) which overlays the the arrangement. Not sure if there is any significance to this arrangement of twigs.

Can anyone help? Hopefully the following link will work.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/70451348@N08/8714289813/in/photostream

  Quickbeam 06 May 13

Did you try going back at night to see if a raunchy pagan gathering made some sense of it...?

  hssutton 06 May 13

Quickbeam your mind works very similar to mine :)But to answer your question, No, not sure what I would find

  Quickbeam 06 May 13

Well without being too explicit, most pagan signs/symbols suggest male and female genitalia in operation...

  Quickbeam 06 May 13

And if you do want to be explicit:)

Well it is the May day holiday, forget the labour day rubbish...

  Quickbeam 06 May 13

This pagan site gives mention of twig signs.

I once knew a girl that was into paganism, she was quite weird.

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...Interesting, but very weird!

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I preferred rock n' roll and the pub;)

  csqwared 06 May 13

Last time we were there they had an 'artistic' display adjacent to Anne Boleyn's statue (covered over?) which consisted of a painted screen with a doorway to a seat giving a view of the abbey. Perhaps this is another 'artistic' attraction.

  Aitchbee 06 May 13

... an early edition of kerplunk, perhaps, or buckaroo maybe ?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KerPlunk_(game)

  Woolwell 06 May 13

It's modern art.

  Quickbeam 06 May 13

On a pagan theme.

  wee eddie 06 May 13

I think that Dan Brown had just visited!

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