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!
Sedentary sculpture, live theatre
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