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He’s got one.
他拍了一张。
She’s getting hers.
她正在拍。
She’s not leaving without one - photographs, millions of them, taken of this extraordinary monument.
她走之前也得留个影。人们在这处非凡的遗址前拍下了数以百万计张照片。
And now, this monument wants yours.
而现在,这处遗址需要你拍下的照片。
Sue Lane was just four when she walked among the stones in 1966 and also came back to the same place
苏·莱恩在1966年徜徉于这些石头之间,那时她年仅四岁,而她又回到了同一地点拍照
whilst Jane Vellender was a little girl in the late 1960s, on a visit from Bristol.
而简·维兰德在1960年代晚期是一个从布里斯托来这里参观的小姑娘。
And today she came back in person as well, to the very same stone:
而今天,她也亲自回来,在当年的那块石头前留影:
all to join a new project sharing personal memories of Stonehenge, 100 years after the site was gifted to the nation.
这些人想在巨石阵被赠予英国的一百年后,通过参与一个新项目来分享和该遗址有关的个人回忆。
I was about five and I vividly remember coming here and being wowed by how big the stones were and how old, even though I was only little.
当时我只有五岁左右,而我还鲜明地记得来到这里被这些巨大和古老的石块折服时的情形,尽管我当时还小。
The project wants any photo, from anyone, from anywhere at Stonehenge.
该项目征集在巨石阵拍下的任何照片,不论拍照的人是谁或来自哪里。
It’s to tell the story of the past 100 years by the people who have been here.
这是为了让曾经拜访此处的人们讲述在过去一百年来有关巨石阵的故事。
This is Neolithic nostalgia.
这体现了人们对新石器时代的怀旧之情。
Stonehenge has about one and a half million tourists a year - and everybody takes a photograph.
每年来巨石阵参观的游客约有一百五十万人,而每个人都会留影纪念。
With this new project, it doesn’t matter how old the photograph is, or whether the picture’s black and white or colour.
这个新项目要求:无论照片新旧、是黑白还是彩色,都没关系。
The aim remains the same: to personalise this ancient monument.
其目的不变:那就是让这座古老的遗址变得人性化。
Hundreds of photos have been uploaded, each one placed at the spot they were taken.
成百上千张照片已经被上传到数字系统中,每一张都被放到拍照时所在的位置上。
We want to make sure that there is an opportunity for people to share those special memories, and those stories of Stonehenge’s most recent history
我们想确保人们有机会分享那些特别的回忆,以及和巨石阵近期历史有关的故事
so a digital photo album is a great way to create almost a national photo album of Stonehenge.
所以制作数码相册是用来创建巨石阵全国相册的好方法。
Archaeology meets photography in a unique digital album set in stone.
考古学和摄影因一本 “刻入” 石碑的独特数码相册而相得益彰。

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When did Stonehenge become a national monument?
A 200 years ago.
B 100 years ago.
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