In the summer holidays, a friend and I spent a day at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. I'd been wanting to visit for a while and I wasn't disappointed.
These few posts aim to give you a flavour of just some of what was on offer.
Connecting the woodland of Oxley's Bank with the lake, is this flight of 'Seventy One Steps' build specifically for the location in 2010 by artist David Nash.
The steps are made from oiled oak embedded on thirty tons of coal, with the intention that they will gradually erode as they are walked on; a useful piece of art which will, one day, return to nature.