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'Icehenge' comes to life
It took a group of five friends two days to build this striking Stonehenge replica.
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Icehenge at sunrise.

Photographer Eli Wedel, a Wisconsin based graphic artist, captured the icy structure at one of the most beautiful times of day. 

(Eli Wedel )

Glistening ice towers.

The structure is just as impressive from a distance.

(Eli Wedel)

When chainsaw meets ice.

Andrew McHenry uses a chainsaw to cut blocks of ice from the frozen lake.

(Kevin Lehner)

The structure takes shape.

(Kevin Lehner)

Serious heavy lifting.

Quinn Williams pulls a 300 lb, six-foot block out of the lake with an ice tongs.  You can see the ice harvest hole from a distance where the other guys are working to cut and remove ice.

(Kevin Lehner)

Stunning in black and white.

(Eli Wedel)

A job well done.

The 'Hengers': Andrew McHenry, Quin Williams, Kevin Lehner and Patrick Shields (L-R)

(Alec Seamars, Kevin Lehner)

Here comes the sun.

Clear beams of ice glisten in burgeoning daylight.

(Eli Wedel)

Stunning at daybreak.

(Kevin Lehner)

'Icehenge' comes to life

It took a group of five friends two days to build this striking Stonehenge replica.

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