National Geographic sent photographer Rebecca Hale to Stonehenge, one of the world’s most mysterious—and most photographed—sites. Just a few hours southwest of London, she shot the big rocks from just about every angle imaginable. She ended up taking more than 3,000 photos.
Then all of these photographs were waded through and the shots that will create the best Photsynth were picked up. (Photosynth is an amazing new technology from Microsoft Live Labs that will change forever the way you think about digital photos.Check here: What is Photosynth in detail )
You can see some of the results of this first collaboration in a video of the synth now posted on National Geographic site
(Source :National Geographic Goes Synthing)