Summer Solstice, which photo to use. This one on the approach to Stonehenge yesterday. Heading back towards the South West of the country.
Or this one. I've taken better.
Or this one, taken a few miles further along the road yesterday.
At the height of Summer it doesn't seem right to show Stonehenge behind bars and high fences.
Or to show the amount of work and man hours putting up traffic signs.
All because of the amount of people that faithfully go to see the sun rise at Midsummer who need directions.
Really! they need directions?
What about the roads that are closed just because of 21st June... er, excuse us, but we always park down this road.. Not yesterday.
Should it be mentioned the amount of rubbish that is left every year by the hardened sun rise worshippers.
People who can quite happily save the world one moment, love and peace be to all, yet throw their empty water bottles on the ground.. no, I shouldn't mention that.
Best time to go to Stonehenge around Midsummer Solstice is a day before or a day or two after.
OR you could go and nip over to the catflap cavalier instead.
Happy Summer Solstice :-)