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While the summer solstice may be all about the sun, the moon has been making its presence felt this year.
This stunning photo was taken at Stonehenge last night by Tim Daw of All Cannings near Devizes. It shows the nearly full moon viewed through two of the stones. The pink colour is caused by the refraction of the light through the earth's atmosphere.
The full moon should be even more spectacular tonight, the night of the Solstice, provided there's no cloud about.
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Thousands of people will be making their way to Stonehenge for tonight's summer solstice celebrations.Read the full story ›
Kate Davies, the General Manager at Stonehenge said they were thrilled with the success of the Summer Solstice:
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A couple attending the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge told ITV News West Country that they come as much for the celebration as the atmosphere:
Godfrey Lacks who follows a druidic path tells us why celebrating the Summer Solstice at Stonehenge is important for so many people:
37 thousand people enjoyed a spectacular sunrise over Stonehenge this morning. Crowds gathered from the early hours to witness the Summer Solstice at the stones in Wiltshire. Police say there were forced to make 25 arrests, mainly for drugs related offences.
Plenty of sunshine for the longest day of the year - just a little cloud around but staying bright.
The cloud across Scotland and Northern Ireland will break up to leave a better afternoon.
In the sunshine it'll be 19-20C in the north, 25C in the south, so a little warmer than of late - but cooler by the coasts.