Workseminar in the world heritage area, Tanum

It has been a while since my last blog. The resason is that I am reflecting over the westcoast versus east (rock carvings),  and will write some about the differences soon!

As before mentioned, I went to the workseminar in Tanum in the end of july. It was wonderful as always, because the lectures were interesting, and there were other rock art enthusiasts. During the last years it has been a wish for Tanums Hällristningsmuseum to document the panel Bro Utmark. It is a very large and steep panel, divided into smaller panels. It is situated in the middle of the forest, and is therefore overrunned by water, even after long dry periods. This is due to a lot of moss growing around the edges of the panel – it holds huge amounts of water! BUT this year we managed to fulfill the dream 🙂 We were four groups working there, and we got to work a little further away from the other groups. More pictures will follow soon 😉

 

Documenting Bro (photo: Mette Rabitz)