By Dave Kent

"Despite the weather forcast, over 14500 people descended on Stonehenge to celebrate the coming of the sun.

The rain poured down heavily for hours, and the revelers hid themselves under various umbreallas trying to stave off the inevitable soaking.

The sun didn't rise visibly through the stones that day, but we welcomed it nonetheless."

- Edition of 50
- Black & White
- Essay by Oliver Griffin
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