||The edge of the Summer Solstice megalith is lit up with the rays of sunlight on the morning of the 22 June. This ray of light is much thicker than the Winter Solstice shaft of light. This is probable, because the megalith forming the left side (as one is looking in) of the inner portal has an eroded corner. Also the light on the top, forming the inverted 'L', is due to missing stones, in the facade. Since the collapse of part of the temple in 1996, and the restoration, more stones were removed from the facade, and now the upper part of the inverted 'L' has become even longer.