In 2008, installation artist, sculptor, and lighting designer Bruce Munro created an outdoor installation in the United Kingdom called the Field of Light. Munro was inspired by the red desert during a trip to Australia fifteen years earlier. He describes his creation:
By placing an alien installation in the midst of nature, the enormous contrast created allows one to literally see the wood from the trees. Under the shadow of an ancient hill in southwest England, in a field of clover bisected by a public footpath, the field of light shimmered through seasons and presented a myriad of opportunities for passersby to catch glimpses of natures guises.
Although the installation was created years ago, there's something about these ethereal images that seems timeless.
What do you think?