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Three Views Of Stonehenge

Three Views Of Stonehenge

These are some of the first photographs taken on a tour of the English countryside led by Mr. John Baker. For more information about
this tour, see the heading to this gallery:

Mr. Baker had an exclusive permit for us to photograph at Stonehenge at sunrise. However, while it may not be apparent, these
photographs were taken in driving rain and strong wind. The weather was not kind to us at Stonehenge.

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coaster28-Jan-2009 15:38
Excellent shots, Jay.
Larry Peterson13-Dec-2008 01:35
Amazing images, Jay, The composition is superb. very well done. v
Guest 08-Dec-2008 23:23
Very nice handling of the light contrast between subject to backround, nice use of exposure bias. V
Chris Thorpe04-Dec-2008 18:24
Great series of shots capturing the mood and mystery of this iconic scene!
Leslie Cohelan03-Dec-2008 16:19
must have been really something to see this in person...3 unique angles, well photographed
marko gregoric25-Nov-2008 17:27
Very good series. V.
tomandlinda23-Nov-2008 18:08
Wonderful captures of this amazing piece of the past. v.linda
Lisa20-Nov-2008 16:54
This is gorgeous, Jay....
Chris Spracklen07-Nov-2008 18:54
A trio of excellent shots of this ancient landmark, Jay.
Excellent detail in the grass and stonework. (V)
Walter O. Koenig31-Oct-2008 05:37
Three very good and clear images, especially considering the weather. Nice details on all three. "V"
Wei O'Connell25-Sep-2008 03:48
Amazing place! Love to visit Stonehenge someday! v
Keith Rankin22-Sep-2008 15:35
wonderful perspective, beauty 2nd shot V
CM Kwan07-Sep-2008 03:13
Excellent capture of this amazing structure, Jay! I like the second one very much! V
Guest 28-Aug-2008 13:01
Teþekkürler burasý orhun anýtlarýmý
Keith Rankin22-Aug-2008 22:06
classic, and fabulous perspective !
Renee Lockett12-Aug-2008 23:38
Awesome trio, Jay! Love the mood in the sky against the stones. Superb shots! Big vote. :)
Peter Stahl06-Aug-2008 04:39
Terrific set Jay!! Love your perspective and Dof. GMV.
JuvyGeir Thue-Nilsen01-Aug-2008 17:37
ths is great Jay - Our vote
Martha Albuquerque30-Jul-2008 20:23
Fabulous series, Jay!! V~
Bill Warren29-Jul-2008 22:04
I've heard long ago they used to give people hammers and chisels to get their own little bit of these stones. I've never been but you have captured them well. Vote
john savage28-Jul-2008 03:42
Awesome shot of this incredible place. V
BleuEvanescence27-Jul-2008 04:34
A classic well seen...
My favourite, the middle one.
Aivar Mikko15-Jul-2008 18:06
Excellent trilogy. My favourite is also 2. V.
Yen Lavina14-Jul-2008 17:46
Thanks for sharing your beautiful images of the stonehenge. They evoke more awe and mystery to the site. Voted
deborahcuming14-Jul-2008 12:48
maybe rain, but the universe must have been on your side....ahh. the challenges:) Love these beautiful images! V
Art Parnell14-Jul-2008 03:38
A beautiful series and an enviable trip, Jay. What an opportunity!
Marco Valk11-Jul-2008 17:45
great series. no 2 is my fav. gmv
1moremile07-Jul-2008 22:32
Wow. Beautiful photos. Nice work and dedication, too. I like rain but not when I'm photographing outdoors. Voted.
Dick Lowthian03-Jul-2008 22:58
All beautiful images of this remarkable site, Jay. You did a great job of hiding the rain. V
Gilles Navet02-Jul-2008 11:10
Yes but where is King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table ????
Ghislaine et Réal Boulet02-Jul-2008 02:12
Mysterious! Always mysterious and impressive.
Máire Uí Mhaicín01-Jul-2008 22:35
These are wonderful and remind me of a visit there in the early 1980s when my children were able to wander through the monument.
carol j. phipps01-Jul-2008 22:32
Thanks for sharing these! Wonderful compositions giving the feel for the area. V
edwina beaumont01-Jul-2008 08:18
Hello Jay, you certainly got some good shots on this trip and turned the weather to your advantage. I look forward to the next batch
Bryan Murahashi01-Jul-2008 05:46
Fabulous photos of these ancient stones. V
Marjan Schavemaker30-Jun-2008 12:05
Beautiful trio, Jay! Unique that you don't have people in the pictures! V
Joanne Kamo30-Jun-2008 11:39
Outstanding series. The distant to close-up with various angles is excellent! V
William Drew30-Jun-2008 03:31
Wonderful series. V
Steve Morris29-Jun-2008 21:35
Superb Jay - this series really shows off the stones well. I love the perspective on the third shot in particularl! Big vote!
Jeff Waldorff29-Jun-2008 21:08
I would love to see Stonehenge myself one day. Thanks for sharing Jay. Excellent shots!
Carole Stevens29-Jun-2008 19:21
Oh I love this place, never get enough of how special it is!
Apostolos Tikopoulos29-Jun-2008 18:22
Terrific captures of this historic place. V.
coaster29-Jun-2008 17:39
Excellent compositions, Jay. Sounds like a great adventure.
Jess. ( Lady.D.)29-Jun-2008 15:50
Glad to see you back Jay, look forward to the rest of your images, feel better soon....
Ann Sherba29-Jun-2008 15:45
Beautiful shots!
Jean Chiasson29-Jun-2008 10:25
Wow fantastic historic stonehenge love the composition Jay big vote
Brian with an Eye29-Jun-2008 09:33
I recall the weather was not much better when we visited. You have captured the setting very well, Jay. Welcome back! ~V~
Simon Chandler29-Jun-2008 07:11
Wow, powerful images with excellent angle and composition. Love the tone provided by the bad weather. v
Ali Majdfar29-Jun-2008 06:55
Spectacular collection, GMV
Jean D29-Jun-2008 04:15
Superb shots and welcome back, Jay! ~V~
Tricia29-Jun-2008 03:12
You were very lucky to get so close Jay, and with your wide angle lens, have captured some wonderful and very interesting shots.
Jim Coffman28-Jun-2008 23:47
Wow, these are excellent Jay. I would love to see this country
marie-jose wolff28-Jun-2008 17:37
a wonderful serie of these prehistoric monuments! V
Vince28-Jun-2008 15:48
Exellent shots. A great series. Vote.
QUERIDO28-Jun-2008 13:20
Excellent shot,V
Carol Breton28-Jun-2008 13:10
Hi Jay,
Welcome back!
These shots of Stonehenge are close, so real, almost like being there.
Being there through you, anyway. Big Vote!
shuk1in12x28-Jun-2008 10:45
A great start to your photography tour over here in the UK, Jay.
I know you experienced some pretty severe wet weather conditions at the start of your trip in the southern part of England, however, under those circumstances you have used that situation to your advantage with these shots to capture the true essence and one of the many moods that Stonehenge has to offer.
Looking forward to more in this gallery.
Fong Lam28-Jun-2008 07:14
Despite the bad weather, the shots are excellent.
Glad to see you back, Jay.
Hank Vander Velde28-Jun-2008 06:51
Great shots Jay - feels like being there. Nice to have you back. V.
Debbie Blackburn Beierle28-Jun-2008 06:20
SWEEEEEET shots, Jay! I LOVE them all. Super angles/POV and composition. Perfectly exposed. How lucky to see this in person!
Gérard Koehl28-Jun-2008 05:17
Superbe série... V
Sam_C28-Jun-2008 05:06
Excellent shots of this legendary wonder!! So that's where you been? Big Vote and welcome back Jay! :-)
Lloyd & Sandy Spitalnik28-Jun-2008 05:02
Hi Jay, You've been missed! Excellent series of images. L&S
January Grey28-Jun-2008 03:41
Fantastic series, Jay. The weather definitely added mystery & mood to each beautifully composed image. The second one is my favorite. Glad you're back! Hope to see more of your trip soon! V~
peterjay4528-Jun-2008 03:29
I'm glad to see you back here, Jay. Inclement weather or not these are very fine
shots indeed. I love the composition, particularly in the last one. V.
Cindi Smith28-Jun-2008 02:23
Fantastic shots! Now, I know where you have been! These are gorgeous! Beautiful work and welcome back! V
Marcia Colelli28-Jun-2008 02:08
Great series V
Tom Munson28-Jun-2008 01:50
Great shots, Jay. Welcome back, we have missed you around here.v
Ronnie Gaubert28-Jun-2008 01:30
OK, now I know where you have been for the last month!!!!
Rich Westfall28-Jun-2008 00:42
Great shots. I would love to go there. Maybe someday.
Alina27-Jun-2008 23:39
Misty weather for mysterious stones. Beautiful shots! v
Barb27-Jun-2008 23:07
Beautiful shots. Love the second one. V
Janet Forjan-Freedman27-Jun-2008 23:00
Welcome back Jay! Very impressive captures of this prehistoric monument!
JSWaters27-Jun-2008 23:00
To be contrary, I think the weather did you a favor. The gloom and dampness adds to the drama of these strange sentinels - love the middle pic.
Sayer27-Jun-2008 22:57
Lovely Jay... I especially like the middle one. ~v
Jola Dziubinska27-Jun-2008 22:50
Fantastic triptych, what a place!
Sofia Solomennikova27-Jun-2008 22:44
Excellent exclusive series of this historic place, V Love the story from the most panoramic to the most close view.
Char27-Jun-2008 22:36
Hi Jay,
So great to see you back!! The Gods must have been angry, but the photos are great! These are such a treat to look at. You did a superb job of capturing the scenes even in the driving rain. \/
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