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August 2022
Stonehenge Revealed
by Roff Smith
Shot using drones and innovative lights, photographer Reuben Wu's images of Stonehenge show the 4,500 year-old monument in a new light.
Photograph by Reuben Wu

It's not just Stonehenge. New discoveries reveal an era when awe-inspiring monuments were all the rage.

Wiltshire's enigmatic stone circle wasn't the only such structure – or the biggest – constructed during Britain's megalithic building boom. New evidence is revealing just how widespread, complex and mysterious this was. 

Read how Reuben Wu captured this remarkable image of an icon here

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