Arrived in Green Mountain Falls yesterday at the perfect time for a photo....evening light, still water, hanging sculpture (see below) and double rainbow. Kinda makes up for the times the shooting conditions hoped for weren’t there.
1.8 Green Mountain Falls is a work by Janet Echelman. It is a net sculpture constructed of a high-tech fiber that is 15 times stronger than steel by weight. 1.8 refers to the period of microseconds that the day was shortened as a result of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. The form is inspired by data sets of the tsunami’s wave height.