Years

Old English gear (West Saxon), from Proto-Germanic ger (source also of Old Saxon, Old High German jar, old Norse ar), from Proto Indo-European yer. Probably originally "that which makes a complete cycle".

Photographer: James Auden

Years

Old English gear (West Saxon), from Proto-Germanic ger (source also of Old Saxon, Old High German jar, old Norse ar), from Proto Indo-European yer. Probably originally "that which makes a complete cycle".

Photographer: James Auden