Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Charcoal Sculpure in the Lost Gardens of Heligan



I can't call this a Wordless Wednesday post becasue there are lots of words in my second photo. I hope you can read them. This is the largest size I can post in this template or the right hand side is lost, but you might be able to drag it larger with your mouse. 

4 comments:

aw said...

That's new since we visited the Lost Gardens, Jean. I love these sculptures that are created to fit into a particular landscape. There is a lovely sculpture trail in the Forest of Dean where you come across all sorts of sculptures unexpectedly as you walk a trail. A lovely garden this isn't it.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I have never seen a charcoal sculpture like this. Very unique. Love this post.

Jean Knill said...

Yes Ann. We loved the Lost Gardens. Thanks for the heads up about the Forest of Dean.

Jo - good to see you here. Glad you like the post.

Sharkbytes said...

very interesting

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