Monday, August 29, 2005

Looking for Answers



Stonehenge, c.2950 BC, Salisbury Plain, England.

An ancient series of monoliths set in a circular pattern has enchanted and intrigued people for centuries because the original purpose has been lost - there are many theories that attempt to explain the site.

2 comments:

Leon said...

This is a great photo of the site. When I visited in 1980 the complex was roped off and visitors couldn't get close to it.

Furthermore, there were many other tourists around and it was hard to 'get a feel' for such an ancient site.

I wonder how much of our architecture will be around in a few thousand years.

Tony Heywood said...

Thats a nice photo. I drive past the stones everyday on the way to work.
Nice to see them from the air.



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