Monday, 23 July 2007

And another three stones...

Soo and I have cut, scored, folded and glued stones 33, 49 and 129 during our lunchtime today... they are all fairly wee stones but in fact these little ones are very atmospheric. The large trilithons form the recognisably iconic part of the structure, but the scattered and broken remnants add to the feelings of remoteness and mystery.

3 comments:

unkle e said...

I'm still enjoying watching the progress - thanks. But just for the record, how many stones are there and how many have been completed? And what will we all do when it is finished?

Alan A said...

Ah, that is a good question! What will we do when it is finished? I don't think Soo or I have thought that far ahead.

Soo Martin ... said...

We have looked for other cardboard models but there is nothing quite like cardhenge for its beauty and piecemeal construction that so suits a lunchtime's activity. We are thinking about making a wishing-well into which our colleagues and visitors can throw their hard earned coinage. It would be interesting to see if a) people would actually use it and b) it worked. Your suggestions are, of course, welcome.