Friends create beautiful 'icehenge' in Wisconsin
Monday, February 9, 2015, 2:34 PM - Five friends created a frozen version of Stonehenge -- a world-famous prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England -- on a Wisconsin lake, and it was absolutely spectacular.
It was dubbed the "Rock Lake Icehenge", a nod to the lake it was erected on.
Nearly four years ago, Drew McHenry, Kevin Lehner, Quinn Williams, Alec Seamars and Patrick Shields began experimenting with ice cutting equipment. This eventually led to the 'icehenge' design, but the friends were unable to build it last winter due to inhospitable weather conditions.
The massive horizontal ice pillars weighed about 200 pounds each and the pieces laying on top were about 200 pounds each, according to Bored Panda.
Icehenge has since been taken down due to warming temperatures posing a safety issue -- but not before a series of amazing photos were taken.
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