These photos were taken from inside the center altar area of Stonehenge, looking outwards, which is the opposite of the usual view of Stonehenge. It was one long panoramic 360 degree photo and I just stopped and did screen captures along the way. I'm not sure now which St0nehenge website did this but I think it may have been the official website of Stonehenge (see links below photos to find out more about this mystical place).
And now for some info on Stonehenge:
"Your Guide to Stonehenge
" - includes photos of solstices, etc.The Stonehenge Project
- The Stonehenge Project is designed to improve the setting and interpretation of Stonehenge. It will remove the sights and sounds of the roads and traffic from the area near the Stones, recreate chalk downland from arable farmland and transform the visitor experience with better access to the landscape and a new world class visitor centre.Stonehenge Laser Scans
- This site allows you to discover Stonehenge using laser scanning technology. Archaeologists have found long lost ancient art on the henge.English-Heritage.org: Stonehenge
- As old as the pyramids in Egypt, was Stonehenge designed as a place of sun worship, or as part of a huge astronomical calendar?About StonehengeStonehenge from Icons.org
- Stonehenge has always been controversial. Who built it? And why? And how? Over the centuries countless myths have sprung up about its origins and functions - in fact, it's likely that some of what you think you know about Stonehenge isn't even true!
"'Breakthrough' at Stonehenge dig
" - a news article dated April 9, 2008Build Your Own Backyard Stonehenge
And a view from the outside looking in:
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