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By tonyphotography
Stonehenge in the snow, February 2009. Despite its location on Salisbury Plain, Stonehenge does not see as much snow as its setting would imply. The figure in red is an obliging Japanese tourist!

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: newty1, taggart, phil_j and 16 more

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Comments


newty1 10 3 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2010 2:19AM
the figure in red really helps this. really nice

Andy

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taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
1 Jan 2010 2:26AM
with or without the red, an interesting image-- I kinda prefer it without!
Jennnnn
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
1 Jan 2010 3:25AM
An very different shot of Stonehenge and certainly the panoramic cropping is very suitable. Everyone will have an opinion re. the inclusion of the figure in red, but I feel that it does add an interesting and extra element in this otherwise colour deprived scene. Well captured and presented.
Ronnie.
colmar 9 42 35 Scotland
1 Jan 2010 3:38AM
Well captured and exposed image the tourist adding to the composition for me all the best to you and yours for 2010 Colin
1 Jan 2010 6:02AM
i like the image, as well as the person in red i think it adds to the image. great job............ samantha
DeSilver Plus
8 13 11 England
1 Jan 2010 9:06AM
I have never seen a picture of Stonehenge in the snow before and with the figure in red or without It I like it.


David.
maggieh 7 4 United Kingdom
1 Jan 2010 5:49PM
A very different scene at Stonehenge and unusually uncrowded, Just the one tourist in red adds the finishing touch.
maggie
tony64 12 204 9 England
5 Jan 2010 8:25PM
An excellent view of Stonehenge where the snow seems to outline the stones making them easier to see than the usual greenish background. The snow seems to make the stones harder, colder even older! Love the red tourist ... you WERE lucky!
Tony

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