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A final few photos from our cycling adventure through Holland and a mixed bag at that.  A life size version of Noah’s Ark (that actually floats and tours around the country), wild horses, practice bombs from WWII and more ‘out there’ buildings.   I hope we get the opportunity to get back there again someday and explore more of this amazing country.

 

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Only found out about these gardens when we saw them from the train on our way to somewhere else. Had to stop and check them. Never did get to where we were originally going 🙂

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Most people are aware of the ‘Angel of the North’ designed by artist Antony Gormley, which is located in Gateshead in the Northeast of England,

but he also has one of his works here in WA at Lake Ballard.  Now Lake Ballard is 50klms from the town of Menzies which is, well, a long way from anywhere.

The ‘Inside Australia’ exhibition was installed in 2003 as part of the 50th anniversary of the Perth International Arts Festival and the 51 figures which are spread over 10 square kilometers were supposed to have been temporary but they must have liked the place because they just kinda stayed on.     

Why he chose such a remote location is anyones guess, but it a pretty cool spot to spend a day or two.

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