Kinetic water sculpture 'Revelation' designed by Angela Conner at Chatsworth House and Gardens.
I took these photos in 2005. The sculptures at Chatsworth are sometimes changed so it is possible that this one is no longer there.
I found it fascinating watching it open and close so maybe we should return to see if it is still there.
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That's so pretty, I'd like to see it opening too!ReplyDelete
Wonderful metal sculpture, it reminded me of another, from the Parisian La Defense district, also made of metal, representing a huge seeded seed and entitled "Life".ReplyDelete
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That is pretty cool that it opens and closes. Nice find.ReplyDelete
I would love to watch a sculpture like that. It would be mesmerizing.ReplyDelete
Oh yes how interesting would like to see that in action :-)ReplyDelete
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That is beautiful. XOReplyDelete
Oh my that's most beautiful. I'll come with you to watch it open and close.ReplyDelete
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how cool is this !!! that would be nice to return and see if this particular piece is still there :) it must be immense; given the adults standing on the other side, to put the piece into perspective :) ♥♥ReplyDelete
I like this kind of sculptures.ReplyDelete
I found once this:
You were lucky to see this.
Thank you for sharing!
These are incredible! :) <3ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, that is just so beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
That really is a very cool sculpture!ReplyDelete
Happy Thursday, Jackie!
That truly is a beautiful sculpture......!ReplyDelete
It's an amazing sculpture!ReplyDelete
I also like very much the place where this "water lily" is.
That's incredible! I really hope it's still there because I'd like to see it for myself one day.ReplyDelete
Interesting sculpture. Hope you will get to see it again.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous sculpture and great photos ~ XoReplyDelete
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That is too cool for words! I LOVE it! I ajust spent about 45 minutes on her blog and I'm not done yet! Thank YOU Jackie!ReplyDelete
wow, that´s an interesting sculpture. I would go check on it if I were you :)ReplyDelete
That looks like magic, Jackie😸Pawkisses for a Happy Weekend🐾😽💞ReplyDelete
Amazing and what a great memory photoReplyDelete