IT has attracted thousands of visitors to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
But the fantastic nine-month exhibition of giant sculptures crafted by Spanish artist Jaume Plensa will come to an end on January 22.
The exhibition includes a 50-metre curtain of poetry made of suspended steel letters, huge illuminated sculptures in the landscape and engraved gongs that visitors strike to fill the gallery with sound.
This image was taken by professional photographer Mark Hemingway who lives in Lindley.
He had been in London taking commercial photographs of a Tesco Express in Chelsea torched during the summer riots that had been refurbished in five weeks.
Mark said: “The sculpture park is a great place to stop to stretch the legs and have a cup of tea.
“I was trying to get the two heads at sunset but a family kept getting in the way. But then I thought getting one of the children in the shot would add to it hence the figure in the middle.’’
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