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Stonehenge, Wiltshire. Sunset at the Winter Solstice 2005. This is probably the alignment that the original builders intended.
A picture of Stonehenge - a National Trust Attraction in the town of Amesbury, in the county of Wiltshire
Photographer: © Jim Mitchell (Gallery)(22nd March 2007)
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Comment by MadeinEngland(29th June 2007)
Outstanding. Wonderful pic
Comment by Terri Walton(2nd July 2007)
Stunning, the setting sun heightens the mystique and ageless beauty of Stonehenge.
Comment by Kim Lawton(3rd August 2007)
really nice sun set on the stones
Comment by (21st April 2008)
A superb shot that captures the beauty, mystery and timeless granduer that is Stonehenge.
Comment by Sue H(28th September 2008)
Perfect capture. What a great picture. I'm taking it over to the Favourite Pictures Thread in the forums.
Comment by Cathy E.(9th October 2008)
Love this picture. How perfect to get the sun right in the center.
Comment by James Carter(23rd February 2009)
Great picture Jim. I think you have captured these stones in the best light of all those submitted.
Comment by Jason Rose(20th August 2009)
Amazing! Well done, and good job with such a long waiting game to get such a perfect shot!
Comment by shaun wilson(24th January 2010)
Comment by Barry Muir(27th April 2010)
Hi jim, love sunset shots, yours i think is up there with the greats, well done my friend.
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Random England fact:
According to various sources, Horatio Nelson learned to sail a dinghy at Burnham Overy Staithe, in Norfolk, when he was 10 years old. Two years later he joined the Navy.
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