Target stone from north west
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Distant view of target stone in context - from north west
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




View of target stone from north with inscribed bulls eye target
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




View of target stone from east
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




View of target stone from south
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Detail of inscribed annular rings - from above
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Detail of inscribed annular rings
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




View of target stone from north
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




View of target stone from west
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Detail of patina on east face of shooting face
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




View of target stone from north
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




View of target stone from north in context
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Distant view of target stone from north
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Distant view of target stone from northeast
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Detail of inscribed annular rings from above
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Detail of target stone from above
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Distant view of target stone from west
Photographer: William Martinson - 2015




Oblique view of target stone - within thick bush
Copied from original photograph used to illustrate an unpublished document on the Forts in the Komgha district, compiled by the Hart family, the present owners of Fort Warden farm

Submitted by William MARTINSON

Photographer: M G Hart - c 1961




Handwritten caption - probably by A W Burton - on rear face of black and white photograph of oblique view of target stone. Burton was the author of The Highlands of Kaffararia

Submitted by William MARTINSON





Front view of target stone - within thick bush
Copied from original photograph used to illustrate an unpublished document on the Forts in the Komgha district, compiled by the Hart family, the present owners of Fort Warden farm

Submitted by William MARTINSON

Photographer: M G Hart - 1961




Handwritten caption by A W Burton on rear face of black and white photograph of front view of target stone. Burton was the author of The Highlands of Kaffararia

Submitted by William MARTINSON