More than 50,000 frosted-glass lights have transformed the Australian outback after being installed in an area the size of four football fields, as part of one artist’s 24-year-long dream to create a physical symbol of the good things in life.
The mesmerising display of lights - which are solar powered and grow brighter as the daylight fades - was created by artist Bruce Munro, and is his largest piece of work to date. Lit-up pathways allow visitors to walk to the installation, which will come to live under the stars each night, for an entire year.
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posted by Margaret