I have wanted to go to Stonehenge ever since I was a little girl and read a book called Circle of Stones. Thinking back, that book probably wasn’t appropriate for a little girl, and it had very little to do with Stonehenge, but it sparked an interest in me that has grown over the years. I love the mystery and sacredness of prehistoric monuments, goddess figurines, and temples built out of stone. It’s my thing.
So, when I finally got to approach the big stones in person, this was me:
I was probably pretty annoying the entire day because of my barely contained excitement. It rained cats and dogs on the bus ride there and I worried all day that we wouldn’t be able to enjoy our visit. But we managed to catch this brilliant gap between the raindrops that provided a variety of lighting conditions for practicing our photography skills. This one was among my favorite shots:
Reconstructed prehistoric dwelling for this region. The people who built Stonehenge would have likely lived in something like this.