Stonehenge ‘Fire Garden’ time lapse

Stonehenge is most definitely a sight to behold. I must say though, it looks particularly interesting surrounded by large burning flower pots on steel metal cage globes on a windy evening while hours are condensed into minutes.

As the story goes: “For Salisbury International Arts Festival, we produced time lapse, stills, video, editing and media services. The French arts group Cie Carabosse transformed Stonehenge into a magical ‘Fire Garden’ for two nights – part of the 2012 Cultural Olympiad.” And, the result is an absolutely lovely short film by a company called Lobster Pictures in the UK.