April 22, 2013

via Tree Hugger:

The witch hunts of yore are among some of the darkest moments in history, with countless persons being falsely persecuted and even worse — executed. The 1612 trial of Pendle Hill’s accused witches is said to be the most notorious in England’s past, resulting in the hanging of ten people. To mark the event’s 400th anniversary last year, artist Philippe Handford created a series of stunning sculptures along a local forest trail, using felled, sectioned tree trunks that seem like they are frozen in act of falling.

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