Friday, December 4, 2020

On the hill above Maryhill is a replica of England's Stonehenge, commissioned by railroad baron Sam Hill. It was dedicated 102 years ago as a memorial to all those who died in the First World War.


 

12 comments:

Luis Serrano said...

Un buen recordatorio. La memoria es importante conservarla. Abrazo

joaquín said...

Bonito encuadre y muy bien aprovechado el cielo

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Pięknie

Andy said...

... and here's hoping it stands for many years like the original Stonehenge.

Maria Rodrigues said...

Amazing memorial, great photo.

Taken For Granted said...

Creative monument to the memory of WWI war causalities. The mood of the sky reflects the seriousness of the memorial. Hill did something good, and lasting, with his money.

Elephant's Child said...

What an interesting memorial. I wonder what made him think of it....?

orvokki said...

Beautiful memorial.

Antonio Rodriguez said...

Una excelente fotografía y un merecido homenaje.
Un abrazo y cuidate.

Margaret D said...

That's nice. They must have been impressed with Stonehenge.

Rose said...

This image really fits with what it is for.

Babzy.B said...

Didnt know that... 🙂