Wednesday, 25 October 2017

A Garden With a Difference.


These weirdly shaped contraptions form a whole circle, but my little press and point camera couldn't cope with snapping the whole vista so I can only show you half I'm afraid. They had me scratching my head as to their purpose when I first encountered them, looking, to all intents and purposes, as they do like a modern art installation. They are, in fact, supports designed to allow you to sky watch without getting a crick in your neck and are in the Skylight Garden at Anglesey Abbey [National Trust]. The weather wasn't spectacular on the day we chose to visit, but I did rather enjoy the brief cloudscape when the sun peeped through.


Arilx

4 comments:

  1. Do you lie back on them or do they reflect the sky? Either way - good idea, I love the idea of cloud watching sans obligatory cricked neck!

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    1. Good point! You lie back in them and they're very comfy!
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  2. What a lovely idea. I though they were something to do with cricket training at first! x

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    1. Now you've said it I know exactly what you mean Vix!
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