847.72 megapixel panorama of Woodhenge, spans 360 horizontaly and 55.8 verticaly. Taken with Nikon D5100 and stitched by Microsoft ICE. The middle and the sky was something that just didn’t work.
Woodhenge is a Neolithic Class I henge and timber circle monument located in the Stonehenge World Heritage Site in Wiltshire, England. It is 2 miles north-east of Stonehenge in the parish of Durrington, just north of Amesbury.
Most of the 168 post holes held wooden posts, although Cunnington found evidence that a pair of standing stones may have been placed between the second and third post hole rings. Recent excavations (2006) have indicated that there were, in fact, several standing stones on the site, arranged in a “cove”. The deepest post holes measured up to 2m and the height of the timber posts they held has been estimated at up to 7.5m above the ground. The posts would have weighed up to 5 tons and the arrangement was similar to that of the bluestones at Stonehenge. The positions of the postholes are currently marked with modern concrete posts which are a simple and informative method of displaying the site.