So the Four Barrows are on the ridge that separates Aldbourne Warren from North Farm. In this photo you can only see three of them, the fourth is hidden behind the stand of trees on the hillside. The trees in the distance are actually part of Peaks Wood and run along Baydon Road, the old Roman Ermine Street.
In the lower left corner lies another barrow. A barrow, also called a tumulus is a mound of earth over a grave. The area around Aldbourne and Upham is dotted with them. I don’t know that any of the barrows in this photo have ever been excavated or x-rayed or otherwise studied to know what, if anything, remains inside them.
The stand of trees used to run all the way to the road at the bottom of the hill but disease set in and the landowner had to cut them before they fell. He replaced them with young saplings and if you were to see them now you’d likely not know they were ever cut down.
From the shadows, this is an evening photo. If you were to pan to the left, you’d follow the hillside along to Aldbourne Warren.
Below is a black-and-white version of this photo.