2016

Big Dipper in the Garden.

These images are created by placing Tea Lights in The Garden to represent the positions of stars and constellations. The Big Dipper is a group of the brightest stars of the constellation Ursa Major, the Great Bear. There are seven stars in the group and Polaris, the North Star can be located by following a line from the two pointer stars, on the inside of the bowl. The Big Dipper swings around the North Star like the hands of a clock.


2 comments:

My-Art said...

Wow. It's amazing how you captured the BIG DIPPER in your garden. Yes, actually in your garden, using candles. I can see you turned the image upside down. Well done!
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Anonymous said...

This artistic interpretation brings back some great memories of alcohol induced imagination!
Good times!
Jo
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