Monday, October 15, 2012

Glenkiln Sculpture Walk

Rob, Brock and I went on the Glenkiln Sculpture Walk today. The first time for Brock - about the fourth or fifth for Rob and I.

The weather was misty in places with sunshine breaking through elsewhere. The track was muddy in places in the fields, but it is quite an easy walk: just a few low hills and slopes to climb. It is about 3.5 miles long.

 View from the parking lay by.

'King and Queen' by Henry Moore, overlooking Glenkiln Reservoir.

 Mysterious figure in the mist.
'The Visitation' by Sir Jacob Epstein.
A rather nice tree on the edge of a gully.

Small bridge with device for stopping sheep from escaping!

'Two Piece Reclining Figure' by Henry Moore.

Brock.

Topiary bird by roadside.

View of Glenkiln Reservoir. There were lots of geese, ducks and swans on the water.

There is a good guide to the walk on walkingenglishman.com.
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