1/37 Looking southeast from the most easterly of the remaining stones.
2/37 Looking from the easterly stone to the broken south stone.
3/37 Looking from the easterly stone to the western arc. The Burn of Latheronwheel runs immediately behind the three stones on the fence-line.
4/37 Looking from the easterly stone to the western arc.
5/37 Looking from the easterly stone to the northwestern arc.
6/37 Looking from the easterly stone to the north.
7/37 The broken stone lies in the foreground with the fallen part next to it.
8/37 Looking north.
9/37 The stones on the western arc. The tallest stone in the circle is at the extreme left.
10/37 The western stones.
11/37 Looking from the tallest stone around the northwestern arc.
12/37 The western stones.
13/37 Lichen and moss on the tallest stone.
14/37 Looking north from the tallest stone.
15/37 Looking southeast from the tallest stone just after sunrise with the sun just appearing over the ridge.
16/37 The northwestern arc.
17/37 One of the western stones.
18/37 The split stone at the northwest, looking northeast.
19/37 The split stone looking southeast.
20/37 The split stone looking along the western arc.
21/37 The split stone at dawn.
22/37 Looking from the split stone to the easternmost stone.
23/37 Looking south from the split stone. The cairn can be seen rising beyond the south arc of the circle.
24/37 Stones on the north arc.
25/37 Looking towards the easterly stone from the north arc.
26/37 Stones on the north arc.
27/37 Remains of a possible cairn within the circle in the foreground. The northwestern arc behind.
28/37 Remains of a possible cairn within the circle in the foreground. The northwestern arc behind.
29/37 The southern cairn is in the foreground. The southernmost (broken) stone of the circle is on the extreme right of the picture. The western arc is at the top left.
30/37 The west arc with the southern cairn rising beyond.
31/37 The southwest arc with the southern cairn at the top right of the picture.
32/37 The easternmost and southern stone with the low mound of the cairn behind the stone stump.
33/37 Looking down on the circle from the east.
34/37 Looking down on the western arc from the east.
35/37 Looking down on the northwestern arc from the east.
36/37 Looking to the northwest from the southern stone.
37/37 Looking to the south from the northern arc. The western stones are at the right of the picture. The most easterly remaining stone is in the distance at the left of the picture. The missing stones of the eastern arc of the circle, if they still stood, would extend almost as far again beyond the left of the picture.