Panier of Plenty

Sedentary sculpture, live theatre

Arriving at a lower cascade

Arriving at a lower cascade

A Sunday stroll to the local cascade proved ‘surprising’ as we encountered a series of precariously placed rocks, leading the eye naturally to the waterfall. Sitting to admire the view, suddenly a cord appeared, then, one after the other, a succession of canyoners in wetsuits abseiled their way down the slippery face of the waterfall and plopped loudly into the pool!

The first poised rock

The first poised rock

The next installation

The next installation

Leading the eye...

Leading the eye…

Tucked away

Tucked away

A sentinal

A sentinal

Nearing the cascade

Nearing the cascade

A tiny cairn

A tiny cairn

Standing by the pool

Standing by the pool

Sitting to admire the cascade

Sitting to admire the cascade

The upper section

The upper section

A sudden appearance

A sudden appearance

Sunday sport

Sunday sport

'Slipping' downwards

‘Slipping’ downwards

A 'canyoner' emerges

A ‘canyoner’ emerges

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One thought on “Sedentary sculpture, live theatre

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Magic and wonderful cairns . . . . until the humans arrived! 😉

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