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Foamhenge: like Stonehenge but made of Styrofoam (photos)

by | 25th, February 2012

FOAMHENGE is like Stonehenge, only free, located in Rockbridge County, Virginia, and in event of flooding will float. Mark Cline is ancient man made modern:

Mark says that he can create four or five Foamhenge megaliths in a day, properly shaped and painted. The reason, of course, is that foam is much more easily worked than rock. That is also its Achilles heel. Foamhenge is, after all, really Styrofoamhenge. A sign at the base of the hill cautions: “Please be gentle. It is foam, not stone.”

Spotter: Harry’s Place

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