Nikon D850, 70-200mm
Comet NEOWISE passes over Stonehenge in the United Kingdom. It's fascinating to think that this historic site did not exist when NEOWISE last passed the Earth. The comet is due to return in approximately 6,800 years. I wonder if the stones will still be standing. This is a single-exposure photograph taken early on the morning of July 20. The orange glow is light pollution from the nearby villages of Durrington and Larkhill, and a passing lorry very kindly painted the rocks with light.
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