Sunrise and Sunset at Stanton Drew - 21 Feb 2009

Saturday 21 February was One Bin Day and International Mother Language Day. The former a challenge for office workers to have a single bin per office to show how much waste they generate as a team. The latter a UNESCO day recognising the importance of linguistic diversity. However, Matthew was at Stanton Drew for sunrise and sunset for neither of these reasons! It was actually because of the weather forecast and because he had done some successful post-Imbolc sun photography there the previous year. You don't always need it to be a special day to be out and about amongst the wonders of the ancient world.

Sunrise at Stanton Drew

The chemtrailed dawn sky at Stanton Drew

The chemtrailed dawn sky at Stanton Drew

The chemtrailed dawn sky at Stanton Drew

The sun begins to appear

The sun grows in power...

...but the cloud will win the early battle

...but the cloud will win the early battle

The sun now looking more like the moon

Sunset at Stanton Drew

The sun begins its inevitable decline

The sun begins its inevitable decline

The sun begins its inevitable decline

The sun begins its inevitable decline

The stones looked spectacular against the descending sun

The stones looked spectacular against the descending sun

The stones looked spectacular against the descending sun

The stones looked spectacular against the descending sun

The stones looked spectacular against the descending sun

The sun's descent is almost complete

The sun's descent is almost complete

The sun's descent is almost complete

The sun's descent is almost complete

The sun's descent is almost complete

The sun's descent is almost complete

Almost gone...

...now just an orange sky remains


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