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Friday, September 09, 2011

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Katja Brown

I could imagine that the whole circle might have gotten started by putting the big boulders down to serve as benches for gatherings. Maybe people got so inspired by sitting in a circle and sharing that they started making art???

Linda Jacobs

I took a workshop once on stone balancing. It was fun! Cool shot!

Jane Mitchell

Reminds me of the Jewish tradition of placing stones on the grave when a visit is made. You introduced your readers to this custom in your July 31 post.

Halcyon

Interesting formation. Nice sky too!

Tanya

interesting! we have "foamhenge" here...haven't seen it yet though ;)

Tatjana Parkacheva

Very interesting post.

Regards!

Janis

Very peaceful indeed,reminds me of many ancient stone circles I have seen in Scotland. They feel like magical places full of energy.

barb farr

I bet they have one for each member of the family : )

Kel

love this
reminds me to post a picture of our loghenge

Jackie from Yorkshire

An interesting photo, I wonder what is behind the idea too. For balancing rocks you should visit Brimham Rocks in Yorkshire, fantastic rock formations balanced seemingly precariously by a glacier in the distant past.

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