“Surmises of the interconnection of such sites […] is more for the visionary than the archaeologist.”
– Aubrey Burl, ‘THE STONE CIRCLES OF THE BRITISH ISLES’ (1977)
Out-takes and curios from the production of REMNANTS.
The eternal joy of British weather, combined with the extreme difficulty of securing a shooting slot at Stonehenge during full moon, after the film went into official production following a two year ‘speculative’ period. Can’t win them all.
The incessant rain and fog of the Connemara region of Ireland finally broke after five fruitless days on location. With patience and good fortune I was in the right place at the right time to record one of the best shots of the opening sequence.