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Black days of Stonehenge - Explored #77 | by Chris Brocklebank
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Black days of Stonehenge - Explored #77

Made from Bluestones, Welsh Sandstone, transported from the Preseli Hills in the Welsh mountains, Stonehenge is estimated to be built more than 3100 years ago, it would have taken around 30 million hours of labour to transport & erect the stones by hand.


A World Heritage Site, Stonehenge is also believed to be used for many things, Sacrifice & Sun Worship are amongst them.


Camera: Canon EOS 40D

Lens’s focal length: 17.00 - 85.00 mm

Focal length: 17.00 mm

Aperture: 22

Exposure times: 120s

ISO: 100


B&W ND110 Stop Stop ND Filter



Photomatrix Pro - produced from a single shot HDR tonemapped image

CS5 - Curves preset, Medium Contrast

Nik Silver Efex Pro (Trial version) - Underexpose EV -1

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Taken on June 19, 2009