August 24th 2009 02:53
Located in southern England, Stonehenge is a circular arrangement of earthworks and massive stones thought to date from about 2000-3000 BC. The site's actual use or purpose is not known, although it was probably built for rituals and observing the sun and heavens.
Such is the fascination of the monolithic structure with modern day humans, artist Jim Reinders has re-invented Stonehenge with scrap vehicles. The structure lives in Alliance, Nebraska and it also attracts thousands of enchanted visitors each year.
The images of Carhenge in today's post were sourced from inhabitat.com here.