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stonehenge landscape trip with professsional photgraphe:only ?7!!

UrbaneMagick 5 172 1 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 3:23PM
Just thought I'd share this with everyone.

National Trust are doing a morning on December 15th on the Stonehenge Landscape..read as the surropunding landscape.

It is advertised as a winters photography walk , everyone to meet at 8.30 a.m & to purchase their ticket in advance.
Apparently, the pro photographer will help you get the most from your camera .

For the sake of 7, if you live within driving distance (its an hour & a half drive for me), then really, ti's a no brainer.

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Andy80F 14 321 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 4:21PM
Have you got a link to that? Can't see it on their site, but it is a very vibrant site.
JJGEE 12 7.0k 18 England
4 Nov 2012 4:24PM
Winter Photography Walk Link

Then scroll down to 15th December
Snapster 5 141 England
4 Nov 2012 4:32PM
I live an hour away on the south coast, and was about to book a ticket when I realised I've got a Christmas party in Leicester on the 14thSad
UrbaneMagick 5 172 1 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 4:59PM
Shame Snapster......if anyone is going, drop me a message so I can put names to faces there Smile
UrbaneMagick 5 172 1 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 5:00PM
min 6 522 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 5:32PM
do you have to be a member of the national trust to get it at that price? Grin

UrbaneMagick 5 172 1 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 5:48PM
Hi Maggie......no Maggie....I believe it's open to all..at least it doesn;t mention otherwise...
JJGEE 12 7.0k 18 England
4 Nov 2012 6:27PM
Stonehenge is a NT property so perhaps the normal entrance fee will still apply ( free for NT members ) in addition to the Walk Fee.

Anyway, easiest thing is to give them a telephone call tomorrow and ask Wink
min 6 522 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 6:55PM
i will give them a call in the morning to get some more info Grin

Sooty_1 7 1.5k 221 United Kingdom
4 Nov 2012 7:17PM
Stonehenge is actually owned by the crown. It is managed by English Heritage, though the surrounding land is owned by the National Trust.

Entry is free for NT, EH members and local inhabitants, but the surrounding land is free to enter.

Around the area is the Cursus, a short walk away is Woodhenge, the Cuckoo Stone and Durrington Walls, all ancient monuments and earthworks. Plus the area is full of burial mounds, or barrows.

It's a great area to explore.

UrbaneMagick 5 172 1 United Kingdom
5 Nov 2012 12:54AM
surrounding land IS national trust.............. and its the landscape around stonehenge..barrows, ritual avenue etc that the walk entails.......... so no fee other than the 7.

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