Men-an-Tol, Cornwall, England  via Andrea Rolfe

The Mên-an-Tol, (the hole stone) Cornwall, United Kingdom. Also known as the Crick Stone for it heals a crick in the back. This Bronze Age monument has been standing in West Cornwall for nearly 4500 years

This shows both patterns and texture in it. They are repeating circles, but each one is a little different with the texture and lighting. Corealine

This shows both patterns and texture in it. They are repeating circles, but each one is a little different with the texture and lighting. Corealine - idea to have textured material for parts of repetitive pattern?

Architecture is creativity solidified into a form of building..."the complex or carefully designed structure of something" (Google def #2). NOT necessarily as large as "a building". Here is a half-circle of stones built to rise in an arch at the still water's edge. The waters reflect it to create a perfect circle, and the stones below the water parallel the form of the stones. Martin Hill Stream Stone Circle, White Beach, New Zealand

Using sticks, leaves, stones and ice, environmental artist and photographer Martin Hill and his partner Philippa Jones have been exploring cycles of nature by creating temporary circular sculptures for over 20 years.

...A very hard frost had occurred overnight turning the ground white with rime. Then as the sun rose, the thin layer of Stratocumulus cloud that was sitting over Blencathra exploded into a fiery sea of colour. Fire and Ice - a perfect combination. Location: Castlerigg situated near Keswick in Cumbria, North West England. # Alan Novelli Photography.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

A very hard frost had occurred overnight turning the ground white with rime. Then as the sun rose, the thin layer of Stratocumulus cloud-Fire and Ice - a perfect combination. Location: Castlerigg situated near Keswick in Cumbria, North West England.

As the lights went slowly, the line of vision broke in the face of reason, it flies right when I awoke

Today I present you the creations of Spanish artist Antonio Mora, who for his "Dream Portraits" project, creates some amazing and fascinating surreal portraits

Avebury Henge in Wiltshire. The fascinating image of the henge below  is a recreation looking from the south  made by Alan Sorrell in 1958.....It also helps to convey just what an amazing sight it must have been when all the stones were in place.

Construction began around 2600 BCE, during the Neolithic or new stone age. The monument comprises of a large henge (a bank and ditch) with a large outer stone circle and two separate small stone circles inside the centre of the monument.

When someone connects with natural materials and the laws of nature, and brings to them experience and creativity, the result, in Thea's case, is a collection of flowing sculptures. This is the extraordinary work of Thea Alvin an artist, sculptor and dry stone mason based in Morrisville, Vermont, USA. See more of her work here www.naturalhomes.org/theaandstones.htm

This is the extraordinary work of Thea Alvin an artist, sculptor and dry stone mason based in Morrisville, Vermont, USA. Locked together with gravity, inspired by nature and Thea's love of mathematics.

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Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, about 2 miles west of Amesbury and 8 miles north of Salisbury. One of the most famous sites in the world, Stonehenge is the remains of a ring of standing stones set within earthworks.


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