Nobody is really sure why Stonehenge was built but because this is New Year's Eve I'm assuming it was some kind of timekeeping device.
Happy 2008 everyone.
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Bruno40 (6658) 2007-12-31 20:55
Best wishes for you and family in 2008!
nithin1 (242) 2007-12-31 22:26
Happy 2008 to you too! I would recommend adding more colour to the photo. A right balance of saturation and brightness will make it really good!
veyselk (0) 2008-01-01 0:44
I love historical places and your capture is so good
I added a WS :)
I hope you like
Thanks for sharing
ayansadhu (1502) 2008-01-01 2:04
Though your image is good but it seems to be overcast with a mist sort of thing...
I have done a PS aid to it for your comment and approval...
rgarrigus (0) 2008-01-01 2:43
A classic subject taken in pretty usual English light. I think with an image like this you should "go with the flow" and maybe accentuate the gloominess by burning in the clouds somewhat. I'd have done a workshop but I seem to have reached my posting limit for the day. I'd also want to zoom out slightly to get more of the monument. I am distracted a tiny bit by the megalith that is cropped on the right. I like the workshops but be careful about the fringing.
In the spirit of information did you notice the yellowish moss on the stone just right of center? That was caused by cleaning of graffiti (spray painted numerous years ago). New moss grew back that was a different color. There are several areas around the monument that show this.
- Copyright: Gregory Wagner (fotoguy22) (4792)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2007-09-30
- Categories: Ruins
- Camera: Canon 1D MKII N, Canon 28-105 f/3.5-4.5, 1 Gig CF card, Circular polarising filter
- Exposure: f/13.0, 1/60 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2007-12-31 18:47