Carhenge: Another Roadside Attraction

March 30, 2015


Carhenge near Alliance, Nebaska

Carhenge near Alliance, Nebraska

Like many roadside attractions in America, Carhenge appears to be a case of “If you build it, they will come.”  This art installation by Jim Reinders is a replica of Stonehenge with old cars standing in for monoliths.  A bit of whimsy on the edge of the sandhills of Nebraska.




Somehow being at this imaginative, quirky place inspired a playful mood.  My sister-in-law and I pulled out our iPads and used the Photo Booth app to exaggerate the odd quality of the art installation.  We laughed and laughed.

Carhenge with Twirl effect

Carhenge with Twirl effect

Carhenge with X-Ray effect

Carhenge with X-Ray effect

Unhinged at Carhenge

Unhinged at Carhenge




3 Responses to “Carhenge: Another Roadside Attraction”

  1. Cynthia Melcher Says:

    I love the “unhinged” idea at CARHENGE!

  2. Lynne Auld Says:

    What fun – thanks!

  3. shoreacres Says:

    I wonder if he did this before or after the Cadillacs got “planted” in Texas? There’s something about Stonehenge that still captures the imagination, isn’t there? There’s a duplicate here in the Texas Hill Country (on a smaller scale) but I like the cars much more.

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