Special access Stonehenge dawn shoot - FULLY BOOKED

12 March 2017

06:30 - 08:00

Just off the A303
Near Amesbury
United Kingdom

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Group Member£43.00 
RPS Member£48.00 
Non RPS Member£53.00 
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Image (c) English Heritage


THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED AND THERE ARE NO MORE PLACES AVAILABLE FROM ENGLISH HERITAGE.  DAWN VISITS ARE AVAILABLE FROM ENGLISH HERITAGE ON OTHER DATES - SEE   http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/stonehenge/plan-your-visit/stone-circle-access-visits/


The Landscape Group has secured a limited number of places for an early morning shoot getting up close and personal to the Stonehenge stones.

Access to Stonehenge is usually limited to normal office hours and visitors must remain outside a perimeter cordon.  This shoot will take place at dawn and participants will be able to gain close access to the stones.  With a maximum number of 30 visitors, this promises to be an ideal and rare opportunity for some great photography.

Following the 1-hour Stonehenge visit, participants will be able to visit some of the other magnificent local sites including Woodhenge (5 miles), Salisbury Cathedral (10 miles), Old Sarum (10 miles), Caen Hill Locks (17 miles), West Kennet Long Barrow (24 miles), and Europe's largest stone circle at Avebury (24 miles).


Mark Reeves
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Region: SouthernGroup(s): Landscape