Tuesday, June 21, 2011

SINGING IN THE RAIN--WEATHER FAILS TO DAMPEN SUMMER SOLSTICE

Traditional British weather was unable to dampen the spirits of 18,000 revellers who thronged Stonehenge at dawn to celebrate the summer solstice.

Chief druid Arthur Pendragon leads incantations during the summer solstice ceremony: Traditional British downpour for ancient Stonehenge midsummer rituals
Chief druid Arthur Pendragon leads incantations Photo: REUTERS

A druid prays for peace. Photo: Reuters 

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