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Stonehenge of Tomorrow by Paul Gitto
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I wonder what people in the future will think when they find this artifact.
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Paul is an avid nature enthusiast, bible scholar, astronomer, astrophotographer and has been a planetarium operator/lecturer at The Robert J. Novins Planetarium.
Paul’s nature photography includes Wildlife, Atmospheric Optics , Sunsets, the Pine Barrens and various other objects pertaining to hidden beauty found in nature.

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  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersover 6 years ago

    It makes you think. I had to look at for a few seconds to realize what it was. Great use of lighting.

  • Once those wooden benches rot away, it’ll look much more mysterious.
    Perhaps Stonhenge was a giant picnic area. LOL

    – Paul Gitto

  • Lori Peters
    Lori Petersover 6 years ago

    I was thinking something like that. We have so many odd rock formations here that sometimes it makes me wonder if they were just naturally occurring. is that possible?

  • probably not, but I bet there was a lot of wood involved that we can’t imagine.

    – Paul Gitto

  • Anne Gitto
    Anne Gittoover 6 years ago

    Very amusing

  • I went to the lake to capture the sunset, but I saw this picnic table for the first time in 20+ years.
    The Sun was hitting it just right.

    – Paul Gitto

  • Danielle Davenport
    Danielle Daven...over 6 years ago

    lol, yeah I wonder too.. lol

  • lol, It seems I got everyone thinking.

    – Paul Gitto

  • Umbra101
    Umbra101over 6 years ago

    LOL..I can imagine people trying to get funding to research this strange phenomena.
    These are pretty rare now though…

  • Millions, sorry, I mean gazillions will be spent.
    People won’t bend down to pick up a million dollar coin in the future.

    – Paul Gitto

  • pijinlane
    pijinlaneover 6 years ago

    This is so true although I don’t think concrete will last quite as long as stone!

  • As they wear away unevenly it’ll become more mysterious. Was it astronomical, did they perform sacrifices, are there bones (probably chicken and beef or pork)? The mystery grows.

    – Paul Gitto

  • mikrin
    mikrinover 6 years ago

    Thats great Paul!! People in 500 years will gather around this and ponder its meaning!!! Wonderful capture, beautiful lighting!!

  • Thanks Mike, I was surprised to see this mundane object so beautifully lit the other late afternoon.
    I had to shoot it.

    – Paul Gitto

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