These pictures were taken on a walk to Normanton Down in late November 2016. The site has a Neolithic long barrow and about 40 Bronze Age round barrows. The burials date from between 2600 and 1600 BC.
A distant view of Stonehenge from the down. This must have been quite a sight for the people arriving from the south and seeing Stonehenge for the first time from this ridge.
On the ridge are many of these round barrows.
Another barrow across the fields.
From this vantage point you realise how close the village and army camp are just to the north of the stones.
Larkhill camp can be seen behind the trees.
A long zoom shot of the stones.