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Mar 3, 2009
Salisbury is Anything But Plain

At Clonehenge, Nancy Wisser is on a mission to document occurrences of Stonehenge replication. Instances she has noted range from the absurd to the sublime, with stops along the way for the hauntingly familiar. It's fascinating how fascinated the world is with Stonehenge!


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posted by Carin Huber at 5:22 PM | permalink | 


Blogger Rowan said...

Carin! Baconhenge rides again! you so rock. and so does that site, thanks!

March 3, 2009 6:44 PM  
Anonymous Labrys said...

Hmmm. Now I want to make one of gingerbread! But I am too busy just you think it would go awry at a Beltane celebration?

March 4, 2009 8:17 AM  
Blogger Geophile said...

If you make a good henge, we'd love to post it! I was thinking someone could make a breadhenge by forming a thick yeast dough into roughly Stonehenge-stone shapes (but thinner to allow for rising), baking them, and anchoring them in some kind of base . . . It could look great. Good dinner party conversation piece.

Nancy from Clonehenge

March 6, 2009 7:22 AM  

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