Stonehenge by Moonlight

In this image made at 2am after several hours trying to photograph Perseid meteors, Stonehenge is slightly backlit by the third quarter Moon, low in the sky to my right. I like the way the subtle interplay of moonlight emphasises the antiquity of the stones. There was a series of spectacular lightning storms in progress about 60 miles to the north which are illuminating the sky behind. The bright star just to right of centre is Capella.