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Posted on August 4th, 2015

Your Imagery Work Break – Stonehenge

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Work breaks are the best, so when you get time for one, check out this lush green 30-cm image collected by WorldView-3 over Stonehenge in the United Kingdom on April 18, 2015 (which is also randomly Brock’s birthday!). While the location we all know as Stonehenge has been used by humans for some 5,000 years, the 83 iconic sarsen and bluestone pillars were actually erected in about 2,500 BC, which is 500 years after humans started venturing here. If you want to find out more interesting facts about Stonehenge, here is a nice website to peruse over your next work break. (Image Courtesy: DigitalGlobe)

Have a great rest of your workday! 

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