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Comet Neowise above Stonehenge
© James Rushforth
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Okay so you're not allowed to climb these rocks, but hopefully it will be of interest to people anyway. Taken last night at 1:40am. Neowise is visible in the northern skies nearly all night now. It won't be back for another 6,800 years so enjoy it now.
James Rushforth - 20/Jul/20Report
That is excellent James
uistgr - 20/Jul/20Report
Strange James, but the stones look as if they are a watercolour painting, very John Sell Cotman.
Sean Kelly - 20/Jul/20Report
Stunning shot.
Peter Bailey - 21/Jul/20Report
Are the stones lit by moonlight or artificially?
Robert Durran - 22/Jul/20Report
very nice James, keep them coming
jethro kiernan - 22/Jul/20Report
Thanks very much all. Robert the stones were very kindly lit by a passing truck. This is a single image, not a composite :).
James Rushforth - 23/Jul/20Report
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UKH Photos - 26/Jul/20Report
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