April Squares: Crawick Mulitiverse

Crawick Multiverse is a former open-cast mine owned by the Duke of Buccleuch who commissioned a landscape artist, the late Charles Jencks, to transform it into the artland it has been since 2015. There are plenty of features siting on top of other features, as you can see, but it’s not so much top of the world as out of this world! The site’s themes are space, astronomy, and cosmology, with features and landforms representing the sun, universes, galaxies, black holes and comets.

Read more: Crawick Multiverse.

Linked to Becky’s #SquareTops challenge.

34 thoughts on “April Squares: Crawick Mulitiverse

  1. Jessica (Diverting Journeys) April 29, 2020 / 15:13

    I remember when you first blogged about the Multiverse, but I did go back and have a look at your photos again anyway! It does look really cool – they just need to add somewhere where you can purchase cake and/or ice cream to make it perfect!

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  2. Birgit April 27, 2020 / 13:36

    Now this sounds so cool because I thought the mounds in the background could have been burial grounds.

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  3. edgar62 April 25, 2020 / 23:59

    He He – difficult to say anything about Dukes without sounding like a revolutionary. Excellent post and the Multiverse sounds interesting.

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