Time Travel: Maryhill Stonehenge Memorial – 2008

A visit to the Stonehenge Memorial April 13, 2008

I had a brief obsession with Stonehenge in the mid 1990s and had never had the opportunity to visit the real one nor any of it’s inspired imitators in America. I finally remedied this lack. The Maryhill henge is made of concrete and is built to replicate the completed/non-ruined version of Stonehenge.

The Maryhill Museum of Art was closed on the day I visited, but I will be visiting again.

Columbia River with Mount Hood in the distance
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White peacock on the grounds of the Maryhill Museum
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Maryhill Museum
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Columnar jointing in the canyon walls
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Visual context
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The Maryhill concrete Stonehenge
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Sign at the monument
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Walking through the henge
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View from the henge
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Spot (my car) provides proof that I was there
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