The Smithsonian Magazine asked me to photograph Stonehenge for a story about the site. Scientists had recently been using laser technology to explore the ground beneath the monument and the surrounding areas.
Stonehenge is a popular spot, with thousands of visitors every day. Fortunately, English Heritage had granted us access outside of opening hours. For a little while in the evening, we shared access with a group of RAF servicemen. Lot's of selfies were taken!
Very early in the morning, with the landscape covered in dense mist, we did some 360º panoramic images for the Smithsonian's iPad app. The example above is shot from within the stone circle.
Read the story on the Smithsonian Magazine's website.