Moving Stonehenge, English magic continues

I have been catching up with various schemes. The sunshine is slowing me down a bit. 

There is a show about Antipodes at Spacex. I have found a suitable location for Stonehenge again. New Zealand is not exactly an antipodes but I am just trying things out roughly.  Last summer Stonehenge came to Exeter and it was ok to photograph and video as Creative Commons. I later shifted some stones to Totnes and Sidmouth ( these are on the Posterous blog and I will find them again soon.

At the weekend there was the Respect festival in Exeter. At Belmont Pleasure Ground, also location for Stonehenge. So I have done another picture. 

Also checked out English Magic. The British Council seems to have a link to a film but I can't find it. There is a version on YouTube though. And the English Magic show will reach Bristol in April next year. I'm not sure if Stonehenge is part of it. If it is not possible to rent Stonehenge at the moment I hope there could be a limited edition. I'm sure Exeter would want a permanent one if the costs are reasonable.

Creative Commons / Flickr Mountain biking the Godley Head MTB Track in the Port Hills Reserve southeast of Christchurch, New Zealand. Plenty of lava rocks on the ascents along is volcanic crater rim. (c) TRAILSOURCE.COM, Inc.

Creative Commons / Flickr

Mountain biking the Godley Head MTB Track in the Port Hills Reserve southeast of Christchurch, New Zealand. Plenty of lava rocks on the ascents along is volcanic crater rim. (c) TRAILSOURCE.COM, Inc.

Belmont Pleasure Ground Exeter

Belmont Pleasure Ground Exeter