But like Stonehenge, it only displays properly once a year, on the summer solstice.
Someone should arrange something nearby to cast woodstock’s shadow hovering near it.
The rest of the time it’s a WWI-era stealth fighter.
when I was a kid in Ann Arbor, MI, someone had painted the white part of Mickey Mouse’s face on the sidewalk across from the Fleetwood Diner. It was a really good rendering, but I didn’t get why the rest of his cranium was missing. One day we passed by at the right time of day; the shadow from a double parking meter filled in his ears and head. it blew my effing mind.
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