Five Americans Build “Icehenge” In The Middle Of a Frozen Lake Tauheed Ahmad February 19, 2017 Amazing & Incredible 1218 It may crystal structure in the first look. The distant alien planet is actually stunning efforts of ice art by five American who come together every year to build an “Icehenge”. Almost four years ago, Kevin Lehner, Drew McHenry, Alec Seamars, Quinn Williams and Patrick Shields thought about something unique with ice, and then they get the novel idea of to try out some antique ice cutting equipment to see what it’s was like to be an ice harvester. Their experiments led to their “Icehenge” creation. In 2014, unlucky weather conditions prevented them from finishing this project, but this year, it was built in only two weekends. This beautiful structure can be found on Rock Lake near the city of Lake Mills, Wisconsin. The colossal pillars of ice weight about 140 kilograms (300 pounds) each and the pieces laying on them 90 kilograms (200 pounds) each. Several peoples who live around the area are really impressed by their creative ice artwork. I’m sure you’d be admiring the guy’s efforts too. You probably won’t see this type of artwork before. This is pretty damn amazing, thing is, that when we find something we have oodles of fun doing, it’s no longer a hobby, but a passion. I think that finding what things make us feel so creative is the very essence of a happy life. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsAstonishing Images of Frozen Lighthouse on Lake MichiganBricklayer Transforms Ordinary Stone into Hypnotically Detailed SculpturesBring Your Walls to Life with This Plant Wall TrophyStunning Twig Sculptures of Patrick DoughertyBritish Artist Created Incredible Life-Size Horses Out of Salvaged Driftwood“Superior Lake” World’s Largest Freshwater LakeThe Mysterious Fukang MeteoriteKorean Artist Gives New Life to Shattered Porcelain Fragments by Stitching Them with GoldFascinating Book Wheel Sculptures Breathe Fresh Life into Unwanted LiteratureIncredible Close Up of Frozen BubblesRare and Striking Rainbow Cloud Appears in the SkyFabulous Snapshots of Bubbles Frozen in Frigid Temperatures Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.