National Geographic has brought images and stories of Stonehenge to readers for over a century.
's very first image of the megaliths, published in May 1922, was made possible by the cutting-edge technology of that era: the airplane
Photographer Reuben Wu used drones and artificial lighting to capture Stonehenge. The result was a “really nice pairing of the colors of the sunset combined with the otherworldly coloring of the stones themselves,” Wu says
Try our Stonehenge augmented reality (AR) experience! We made this high-resolution photo-real 3D model by taking thousands of photographs of the site, in a process called photogrammetry. Experience it for yourself on Facebook: