Passing through the Cumberland Mountains on my way to Chicago, September 2017. I have a 13-hour drive in front of me, but from my vantage point on 68 west, as I exit Sideling Hill road cut, I have to pull over, the spectacular fall foliage spills over the valleys in front of me. Just glorious. 20 minutes later, I am on my way, a few photos taken; I ponder sleeping in my van in the Elkhart truck stop that night.
Copper over a turned wood substructure, knotted steel wire, chemical patina, polychrome
9' x 9.5" x 9."