lea woodpecker these are kinda great. might be a great way to teach tree species form to landscape students
What I found very creepy about the Hillhouse were the statues and busts that seemed to watch the people in the house. Their look was inescapable. I love how the lighting here does not hit the concave sockets of the eyes, so they stone is given depth to it's gaze.
Roman fresco detail with bird and fruit, Villa of Livia, Prima Porta by raggi di sole, via Flickr
Rusted steel metal "Vertical Face I" sculpture by Rick Kirby. Exhibited amongst trees as part of the permanent collection in Burghley House "The Gardens of Surprise" sculpture garden (since 2007), Stamford, Lincolnshire, England, UK.