Photographer Marc Bower-Briggs did some creative negotiations to land this gig. Talk about astonishing, Briggs goes all the way to this prehistoric monument to give it a go with his flashes and leds. He was given 2 hours to light paint Stonehenge. How awesome. Here’s an artist that has been practicing light painting for a little over four years using all sorts of tools such as LED lamps, colored lights, and lasers. His recent work has involved some of the most famous places on Earth. Can I ask again how this guy got exclusive access to shoot Stonehenge for 2 hours? Enough babbling check these out!