Kaleidoscope of the Senses

I wanted to reblog this and share the version I saw on my road trip south. It was in North Carolina called the Whirligig Park. https://www.wilsonwhirligigpark.org/

killing time with a camera ...

Kaleidoscope of the Senses, an interactive art installation on Woodbine Beach, Toronto. It’s by Charlie Sutherland, who repurposed a lifeguard chair to create the open bell tower structure. March 2020.

Well, I say interactive but there’s now a hand written sign on it saying “don’t climb”, so you’re no longer allowed up onto the red bench. Also, I couldn’t smell the aroma therapy oils that the artist supposedly added to the sand underneath the black chimney thing.

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