Stonehenge, Summer Solstice 2010
   21st June, 2010, the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, when 20,000 revellers, including Druids, Morris Dancers, Sikhs and Hare Krishnas, gathered at Stonehenge on Salisbury Plain to witness the sunrise. Stonehenge was built between 3100 – 1100 BC. with the stone circle aligned with the midsummer sunrise, the midwinter sunset, and the most southerly rising and northerly setting of the moon.
(Photo © D. Etherington)
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