Autumn Nests in the Parks

Last week when visiting the Parks my friends and I found a human sized nest.
It was left there by an artist fascinated by nests - Emma Kwan and despite the mighty power of Google that's about all I know about why they are there. The Parks boast an impressive array of benches but this interactive art makes the most delightful, cosy, fragrant place to sit and as it was apparently one of a series of six the 1TB went back today for a picnic in the nest and to see whether we could find the others.We only found three more of the giant kind this visit but very much enjoyed our autumn walk with special resting places. If you ever get the chance to sit in a nest I'd highly recommend it.

Comments

Melissa said…
What a beautiful spot to take a walk, and to find the nests, what a bonus!
Leonie said…
What a wonderful surprise and such a different thing to experience! Probably to be remembered for a long time by both you and others. Excelllent
Rachel said…
So very strange and yet so very cool! Thanks for sharing.
Rose Red said…
Did you lay any eggs?!

Very cool public art!!
Bells said…
oh! I want a giant nest in my back yard!! I'd love that. What a find!
Charity said…
Very interesting! And a nice way to spend an autumn morning, too. :o)
Lea said…
Oh I love the delight in finding something unexpected, whimsical and clever. Lucky you
DrK said…
oh, i like that idea! do they come cushioned and fur lined perhaps? great pictures of autumn too....
Marie said…
How neat! They do look comfy.

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