We stumbled upon this beautiful sculpture during a visit to the Lake district last weekend. It’s by Peter Randall-Page, I’ve fallen for his work in the past
Commissioned by the National Trust in its Centenary Year supported by the National Trust’s Foundation for Art, Northern County Council and National Trust Centres Associations. Sculpture is situated on the shore of Derwent water between Calf Close Bay and Broomhill Point looking across to Brandlehow, near Keswick, The lake District, Cumbria.
I’m indebted to the two German gents, who spent quite some time with google translate, looking up this art work on their phones, they rather obscured the view, but had they not done so, I wouldn’t have had the added extra of geese flying through the shot. All ways a bonus