- Visitors headed to famous 5,000-year-old site in Wiltshire to see the sun rise this morning
- Autumn equinox is one of four public annual events when people can get so close to stones
- Hundreds of attendees sang and wore variety of extravagant outfits as onlookers watched on
- Temperatures stayed high as Britain entered astronomical autumn after we had 23.6C yesterday
Hundreds of druids and pagans descended on Stonehenge today to celebrate the equinox as autumn began.
Visitors headed to the famous 5,000-year-old site in Wiltshire in the dark to ensure they got to see the sun rise.
And they made the most of one of only four public annual events that allows people to get so close to the stones.
Photographs showed attendees singing and wearing a variety of extravagant outfits as onlookers watched on.
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