Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England
Comet NEOWISE passes over Stonehenge in the United Kingdom. It’s fascinating to think that this historic site did not exist when NEOWISE last passed the Earth. This is a single-exposure photograph taken early on the morning of July 20th. The orange glow is light pollution from the nearby villages of Durrington and Larkhill, and a passing lorry very kindly painted the rocks with light.

James Rushforth, UK

Print Size: 870x580 mm
Frame Size: 1070x880 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schoeller True Satin Baryta 310gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS CC 205 41

 

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Stonehenge, Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, England

Archival Giclee Digital Print


Comet NEOWISE passes over Stonehenge in the United Kingdom. It’s fascinating to think that this historic site did not exist when NEOWISE last passed the Earth. This is a single-exposure photograph taken early on the morning of July 20th. The orange glow is light pollution from the nearby villages of Durrington and Larkhill, and a passing lorry very kindly painted the rocks with light.

Photographer:
James Rushforth, UK
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Print Size: 870x580 mm

Frame Size: 1070x880 mm

Exhibit: POS CC 205 41

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