For the second time in recent years I find myself travelling along the A303 on the day of the Summer Solstice.
The A303 links the South East with the South West of England and as well as being infamous for traffic hold-ups, it is best known for being where Stonehenge is situated.
‘The Henge’ has uncertain beginnings with nobody quite sure of its purpose or how it was constructed millennia ago. It is associated with sun worship and has become a catalyst for modern-age druids who traditionally gather for sunrise on June 21st.
This year the weather is dreadful, so here’s a picture from 2018 shot from my slow moving car.