Monday, January 23, 2017

Melting Snowhenge

 

This melting circle of 'standing snows' was much taller when I made it in Ontario before the late December rains. Each upright was made from a large snowman size snow ball rolled into place and then sculpted into a square 3 foot high, 1x1 column. It occurs to me the huge standing stones of Stonehenge and other stone circles found in many parts of Britain might have more easily been rolled into place as big round boulders and then sculpted into upright columns too? And of course, made of stone, they didn't  melt 




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