Can stone become wood?
CAIRNS: MELDING NATURE, BEAUTY AND FUNCTION
Have you seen or built a rock cairn? The word comes from Gaelic “càrn,” meaning “heap of stones.” Human-built stacked rock creations, both small and massive, are scattered across the globe – spanning ancient European, Asian and South American cultures. Norse cairn builders created the stone stacks to help navigate fjords before there were lighthouses. Other cairns were erected to mark burial sites, for ceremonial purposes, to locate buried valuables or to denote trails.