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Sunset over Stonehenge
Image credit: CC-BY-SA-2.5 Jeffrey Pfau

Uploader comment: The Stonehenge stone circle on Salisbury Plain.


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Comment icon #21 Posted by 95-Nasty on 15 May, 2013, 13:14
What a fantastic picture.
Comment icon #20 Posted by Jester Harlot on 22 February, 2012, 10:58
Comment icon #19 Posted by mr rainbow on 14 April, 2011, 1:35
my english teacher has a pic of stonehenge where the sky is dark redish purple
Comment icon #18 Posted by mr rainbow on 14 April, 2011, 1:35
this is the coolest thing ever
Comment icon #17 Posted by ~ macddt ~ on 28 January, 2008, 7:59
Celtic roots how could I not like this!
Comment icon #16 Posted by mauthe doog on 30 July, 2007, 0:34
Amazing. Stonehenge is a dramatic place to take pictures. I want this as wallpaper :)
Comment icon #15 Posted by rainbow alice on 22 August, 2006, 12:31
It's got that spooky beauty to it. You can't look away o.o sometimes I envy people who live in Europe... such beautiful photography...!
Comment icon #14 Posted by underyourbed on 9 July, 2006, 18:20
Britain is more fascinating and beautiful than the US. I'm an American, so maybe I'm just bored with looking at my own backyard year after year. I've seen some magnificent US shots of nature, but nothing like this, obviously!
Comment icon #13 Posted by little raven on 24 February, 2006, 18:40
Lovely, it's so surreal.
Comment icon #12 Posted by wuuuuuuh on 31 January, 2006, 18:27
Great photo, visited stone henge several times and it's permanently shrouded in mystery no matter what the weathers like and no matter what day of the year it still gives me the willies. There is nothing profound enough to say about stone henge to truly describe how it makes a person feel.
Comment icon #11 Posted by sabertooth tiger on 6 October, 2005, 4:34
Awsome Photo! I'll set it as my wallpaper.
Comment icon #10 Posted by chocolatefairy on 30 September, 2005, 9:13
Magnificent Pic. Such detail. Hooray for the photgrapher! You've captured raw and ancient beauty.
Comment icon #9 Posted by stnly124 on 5 September, 2005, 17:42
Umm, gazerbeams, a cool looking sky has nothing to do with which country it is over.
Comment icon #8 Posted by unknown ghost on 27 August, 2005, 5:56
Such a great pic....but looks too good to be a dream
Comment icon #7 Posted by raeviper777 on 11 August, 2005, 9:01
i like the how the hole in the clouds is right above the center of the henge. The erie green glow makesit look pretty kool =)
Comment icon #6 Posted by jeenuh on 23 June, 2005, 23:37
So pretty3
Comment icon #5 Posted by crazy-cat-lady on 28 March, 2005, 5:24
Now, that's just freakin awesome!
Comment icon #4 Posted by gazerbeams on 23 February, 2005, 9:04
C-iscus: Because A) People would rather see something breath-taking and unique than the same boring image 3459 times in a row, and B) Because the UK is a lot prettier than the US/Canada.
Comment icon #3 Posted by usuario mx on 6 January, 2005, 5:33
If photo is real..this is great!
Comment icon #2 Posted by c-iscus on 9 December, 2004, 3:05
why thers always cool sky on the photos of stonehenge?
Comment icon #1 Posted by tommy on 30 June, 2004, 23:33
What an awesome photo of the atmospheric!
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