Pretty nice scene to capture when your assignment is to photograph ancient artifacts that are not apparently on view anywhere.
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People look out over a view of Stirling, where a amateur metal detector enthusiast has unearthed a hoard of buried treasure consisting of four 2000-year-old Iron Age gold neckbands or "torcs" on Nov. 3, 2009 in Scotland. The torcs made of twisted gold and believed to date from between the 1st and 3rd Century BC are thought to be worth around 1million GBP. The identity of the enthusiast and the exact location of the field where the hoard was found are being kept secret.