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Stonehenge Summer Solstice 2003

The Solstice - literally meaning 'a stopping or standing still of the sun' - occurs twice a year.
The Summer Solstice is the high point of the solar year, when the forces and energies of nature are at their peak.

Stonehenge is a perfect marker for both Solstices - the midwinter sunset can be seen between the uprights, the largest trilithon, and sunrise dawns over the magnificent Heel Stone in Summer.
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Stonehenge
Celtic knight
Here comes the sun
stone circle
Druids rave
mystical moment
spiritual stones
sunrise
New day dawns
Stonehege morning
Party on
Solstice henge