Spiral of incline

The Christmas tree sculpture returns! Oskar Proctor writes:

Last night we (Robin von Einsiedel, Jeremy Waterfield and I) constructed a large crop circle esque spiral out of discarded christmas trees in Hilly Fields. More images on my blog, oskarproctor.tumblr.com

7 comments:

Tamsin said...

Lovely that this returns.  Much appreciated when done before a few years back.

ianduffy said...

It's been great to see so many people out treating it like a maze to wander through.

idiots said...

Why don't you think of the guys that are going to come and collect the trees, you've probably made there job take 4 times as long with this thoughtless guff.

Monkeyboy said...

Christ, is that the best objection you could dream up? The standard of miserableness has really declined this year. Must be the new comment system.

Tamsin said...

I beg to differ. (I had written "piffle" but thought that might be moderated out".)  If you actually think about the practicalities it would be much easier to collect the trees up if they are not in a massive tangle.  And raise the council workers'  spirits in the process.

Brockley Nick said...

We don't ban piffle Tamsin. We thrive on it

Tamsin said...

I know...  But it was a way of having my cake and eating it - like saying "not to mention..." which has a technical term that I've now forgotten.

Given the transitory nature of this art I do hope people are taking some more photographs.  I have not managed to pass it in daylight and with time to spare yet.

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