I have been asked several times if I thought Stonehenge was cool, and I’m not really sure how to answer. Am I happy I went? Absolutely. Would I ever go back? Maybe not.
I’d love to go back at sunrise or sunset one day and spend a great deal of time taking colorful pictures with the sun majestically lined up behind the famous rock formation, but I don’t have the luxury of time right now.
In London, England with a few extra hours to spare, a co-worker and I made plans to meet in the hotel’s lobby at 6AM the next morning to take the London Underground 45-minutes away to catch a two-hour bus ride to the famous stones outside of Amesbury.
On our drive there, the rain began pouring down and I was disheartened to think that my visit to Stonehenge would be marred by crappy, overcast skies and pouring rain. About a half-an-hour out the rain let out and the clouds began to clear.
The weather conditions made for great photographs, and I happily spent an hour walking around the site taking pictures from various angles.