One might argue that this has nothing to do with heritage communication: just a wide field with standing stones, flying birds and flocking tourists. The information is minimal, there are nearly no images, no experiences nor activities, as a matter of fact nothing is added at all. But in this particular case the nothingness enhances the magic of the place itself. Everything else on the spot would only distract from the essence of Stonehenge as a mythical stone circle. Sometimes it is a better to do less to achieve more and in this case a form of communication definitely occurs. Not in the cognitive sense, but as an experience that connects somewhere inside. That is, provided you can get rid of all the other people, if only for a moment.