How about this for the Chilterns?
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Yeah yeah, I know the Chilterns are an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ but sometimes even nature can be given a helping hand.
This beautiful sculptural path winds its way through a forest outside Tallinn, Estonia. It’s a temporary installation by architect Tetsuo Kondo. What do you think of it? I absolutely love it, the idea of giving a new perspective all about movement to something so ancient and implacable (Whoa! That was a bit deep for a Monday morning. I knew I wasn’t feeling well.)
Wouldn’t it be great to see something like this in Wendover Woods? The woodland around Goring? Up on Whiteleaf? Come on British architects, lick your pencils and get going!
PS Sorry for the computer glitch this morning for those who follow the blog – my itchy ‘send’ finger popped the photo over to you before I’d written the copy.