Winter Sky above Höhbeck Woodhenge

By: Helmut Schnieder


Lower Saxony, Germany

2018 January 7


From the photographer: "The Höhbeck woodhenge is a reconstruction of an archeological sky observatory of 56 oak trunks which archeologists excavated on the Höhbeck hill. Age: 1800 years BC, unetice culture. A similar woodhenge exists in England. It is called "Seahenge", and has 55 oak trunks."
Technical details: Canon 6D, 24mm lens, f2,2, 15 sec, ISO 4000, Softfilter
Helmut Schnieder

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