Rarely does the sculpture in front of my house fall down, but "rarely" doesn't mean "never." So I was surprised to find that the sculpture that I had found to be a really pleasing piece of art (like I care that you don't agree) had fallen down. No, it couldn't possibly have been pushed down (like who would do that?).
Well, I guess it was time to make a new one there anyway. The previous one had become too static. Maybe I should consider a kinetic rock sculpture? Oh, they are kinetic - when they get knocked down, so I'll continue with the usual potential sculptures.
I added a new large slate that was a gift from my neighbor, found some lost rocks in the pachysandra and piled it up to what seemed to me to be a "shiny", new rock sculpture.
I'm shocked that this took only about ten minutes to do. It definitely is easier when the rocks are already there just waiting to be placed. Hopefully, this one will last for a while. Winter weather causes me to seek warmth rather than numbing, cold rocks.