Stonehenge, and the nature to the monument

The way to Stonehenge made me want to explore the English countryside that offers quite refreshing scenery from the busy city.
The most delightful discovery in the tourist site was the adorable tiny models of lambs that were scattered on the meadow endlessly stretched outside the bus window. I regret not having bought one for me, so I’m just substituting it with the photo of the lambs I took on the way πŸ™‚

 

The prehistoric monument offers a distinct view for every different angle and every different time of the day. But, it is almost difficult to feel it more than a bunch of rocks…

 

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2 responses to “Stonehenge, and the nature to the monument

  1. frey26

    nice stonehenge shots… are those a lot of tourists in line on photo 4?

    • Yes they are! Thanks for pointing out. Stonehenge everyday receives hundreds of visitors circling the stone. πŸ™‚ Some of them were so nice to take our picture! πŸ˜€

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