Knowlton Henge and Church in Dorset has been a location I have wanted to turn the attentions of my pinhole camera towards for some years.  It is a fantastic henge with a ruined 12th  Century church in the middle of it – presumably as an attempt to ward away the “spirits” associated with such places at the time.  It takes an over head shot to draw out the significance of this site and to show off the numerous ploughed out henges and circles that lie nearby.

I spent a good 90 minutes walking around the bank of Knowlton Henge taking photographs before exploring the abandoned and ruined church itself.  If you are in the area its well worth a visit to this site that has had significance to mankind for at least four thousand years.

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