Sunday, June 1, 2014

Sam Hill's Stonehenge

We spent a gorgeous birthday weekend adventuring.  Our destination was the Mary Hill museum, but once we arrived we discovered this place nearby. Famous roadbuilder, Sam Hill, recreated this Stonehenge as a WWII Memorial to the fallen men of the local counties. It's breathtaking and I couldn't imagine going to the real site after seeing this one in completion.

I couldn't get over the fractioned views of the shifting landscape and skyscape as the wind howled shifting light all around.

 The view of the Columbia River  

Just across the gravel lot was this one hiding in the grass. Not a memorial, but it does feel like it could be doesn't it.

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