Three pairs of dry stone walls inset with plaques bearing inscriptions:
LITTLE FIELDS LONG HORIZONS
LITTLE FIELDS LONG FOR HORIZONS
HORIZONS LONG FOR LITTLE FIELDS
This work is high on the moorland with long views over the garden, the farmlands and the far hills, and the words are read as you walk on the path between the two sets of walls.The two meanings of long link the beauty of the view and the familiar human emotion of missing someone or something.
Little Fields, Long Horizons (LS Guide, p. 138). Six dry-stone walls with a Caithness stone plaque on each. Charles Gurney and George Burns, 1998