Sunday, April 5, 2009

Stonehenge Photograph Combined with a Numerical Identification of the Sarsens and Trilithons

Here is our Stonehenge photograph combined with an identification of the sarsens that are viewed, looking from the Heelstone on the Avenue at the northeast toward the southwest along the main axis of Stonehenge. Do you see the two tumps in the distance, which look quite like astronomical sights?

See also Stonehenge at the Megalithic Wiki and and the Stonehenge Barrows.

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