October 31, 2008


I have just returned from a trip to the Salisbury where I took the opportunity to visit Stonehenge again after an absence of many years. The place was just as magical as ever. I felt that pinhole would be the ideal medium to make an image as a long paper negative exposure would allow the other people (hundreds) to gently vanish into a ghostly disappearance. Curiously, the crowds did not diminish the wonderful reverence of the site. Here is a first draft of a photo I think captures something of Stonehenge with its timeless slowness and calm.

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