Glastonbury Tor and the Comet Neowise

“Us and the Infinite”

When Neowise was last seen by our ancestors, writing had yet to be invented, horses still roamed wild and there was no Stonehenge on the Salisbury Plain. The Somerset Levels, where I shot this, would have been inaccessible bog as the sweet track was still a few centuries from construction.

This image was taken with a 30 year old lens and I thought it was unsalvageable due to lens flare, but in March 2021 – with skills that I gathered in the year since I took the image – I reedited and I think this is the best of the bunch.

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