A very attractive stereoview of Stonehenge taken in 1891 by the Derbyshire based photographer Alfred Seaman. Alfred Seaman was a founding member of the Photographic Convention of the United Kingdom (PCUK) where he associated with leading photographers of the day including Henry Peach Robinson, William Crooke, William England, Alexander Tate and Richard Keene. His principal studios were in and around Chesterfield, Matlock and Sheffield. He published some 3,000 stereoviews of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. We know the date of this image because it was taken on a photographic outing of the PCUK which was reported in the British Journal of Photography.