Monday, January 14, 2013

Herringbone wall from leftovers



 
Eric Landman and Ryan Stannought made this random herringbone dry stone wall near Orangeville Ontario from what looked like a useless pile of leftover pieces of pinkish granite. It's amazing what you can do with leftovers, instead of throwing them out.


3 comments:

  1. I look forward to Thanksgiving leftovers... they are much tastier than the formalities and logistics of large, organized dinners, especially when smashed all together with cranberries. This is a cool wall.

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  2. That is awesome !!! Frequently that's the type of stone I end up with.(In my neighborhood , the indigenous stone is construction debris). Great job guys.

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