Simon Banton
Image taken:
Dec. 20, 2009
Taken precisely on the Stonehenge primary axis next to the Heelstone at sunset.
A perfectly clear sky makes for a classic photo of the winter solstice sunset at Stonehenge. Since the declination of the sun doesn't change much for a day or so either side of solstice (hence the name), you've got to take these opportunities when they present themselves.
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