Glass negatives from the studio of Monsieur Louis of London.

In 1826 Nicéphore Niépce produced the first ever and earliest known surviving permanent photographic image called: ‘View from the window at Le Gras’.

A few years later Niépce partnered with Louis Daguerre to improve the process and after Niépce death…

Every year at the time of the Summer and Winter Solstice, Stonehenge ‘opens its doors’ to the general public, who are then allowed to walk within the circle to touch and honour the stones.

The ‘general public’ in this place and at this time, is a wonderfully eclectic, eccentric bunch…

Richard Bailey

Photographer, curator, writer, parent. Lover of life.

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