This poised, piled glass installation was part of a garden art exhibition we visited in a Cotswolds garden. I’ve never seen anything quite like it, before or since. It’s not something I’d fancy having in my own garden, for various reasons, but I’ll never forget how surprising it seemed. It certainly creates lots of interesting juxtapositions (cut glass against the stone wall; nature vs man made; see-through vs opaque; fragile vs solid etc).
It seemed apt to share this for the Daily Post’s photo challenge careful as that’s what came into my mind the moment I saw it. I hope it still looked like the same at the end of the event!
Crystal Towers III: a glass assemblage by Jacque Pavlosky at Fresh Air 2015