My plan was to photograph full moon setting over Stonehenge but construction fencing, newly erected by English Heritage, blocked that view. I therefore circled the monument to the opposite side and awaited the rising sun. Serendipity in the form of a pleasingly spaced flock of sheep provided my foreground. As the sun's rays highlighted wisps of mist around the sheep, I knew I had my image.
F/20, 1/80th second, ISO 125
Accepted: South Devon (2014), Tallaught International (Ireland) 2014, Bardaf International (Slovakia) 2014