This is a blog of ongoing projects starting with: 1) Antarctica -Dec. 2006 - February 2007 2) Work made from the experience 2008 3) Nevada Feb. - Oct. 2008
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Day 2, Wyoming
We put in the first curving line of logs and the centre of the vortex, pinning them in place with re bar. There was talk of creating a bonfire over the top to char the logs, but there is concern from the authorities so, we will revert to plan B which was to use a propane burner, which will work well as the logs are very dry. Beetle are still coming out of them!
The coal has also been delivered and there are some beautiful large lumps. It is mined in open pits and the seam is 200' deep with very little sulphur, as the forest swamp in which it formed was fresh water. Tomorrow we will try and char the centre, weather permitting - There have been quite a number of thunder storms coming through and they are not done yet.
At the back of my mind I am still thinking of a cloud chamber sited near the museum, put underground, but projecting the wide expanse of sky, which in Wyoming is always mind blowing.
- The Sucker Done dried up itself
- Carbon Stink
- Horses, Steers, Bulls, Cowboys 'n things
- University sculpture upsets Wyoming coal industry
- Believe it or not the Dinosaurs eventually died ou...
- Coal-Themed Sculpture Annoys Lawmakers
- Carbon Sink, University of Wyoming
- Day 7 Carbon Sink
- Day 6, Carbon Sink
- Big Hollow and the Mountains from the Observatory
- Day 5, Carbon Sink
- Full Moon over Big Hollow by iphone
- Day 4 Carbon Sink
- Day 3 Carbon Sink
- Day 2, Wyoming
- Laramie - day 1
- PARIS AND WYOMING
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