Line ‘Em Up

Stonehenge, Monday, September 19, 2106.


9 Responses to “Line ‘Em Up”

  1. Bevy says:

    What a wonderful perspective! This stark skyline of neatly aligned stones along side of a line of neatly aligned people coming to see the neatly aligned stones in awe and wonder!

  2. Joel says:

    Your imagery captures Stonehenge the way it looks most of the time. It’s pretty haunting in the mist.

  3. Jane says:

    What’s very interesting is that the people that are lined up – many of whom are carrying umbrellas – actually reflect the way the stones are arranged! Good eye for capturing this!

  4. Bernice says:

    The enormous expanse of cloudy sky makes Stonehenge appear like a child’s building blocks, and the tiny people like dolls. What an unusual view of this timeless icon – one only Ellen could imagine. The moody grays richly enhance the effect of the scale.

  5. Simone says:

    I absolutely adore this photo – especially the line of people vs stones. I like to think it might’ve always looked this way throughout time, especially when it was used. Such a fantastic perspective on such an incredible piece of history.

  6. Eileen says:

    The tourists with their umbrellas beautifully mirror the capstones. Love the shades of gray.

  7. Michelle says:

    Looks so cold and gray. Makes me want a hot cup of tea!

  8. Anne says:

    I agree with everything above. A really great photo!

  9. Bruce says:

    My apologies for the late entry, Ellen. This is a great photo. It’s all about the scale to me, and at first I thought of ants lining up to approach a large grouping of stones. But they have umbrellas, so the reality then set in and I focused on how imposing this assemblage must have been to visitors long ago. Well done, as always.

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