Two Saturdays ago saw some chilly weather, albeit not quite frozen, for our jaunt around Lacock Abbey to see the Frozen World art installations; sculptures from a variety of artists inspired by the icy shapes of Winter.
Lacock is a much visited place for us here and we love to see the changes through the seasons.
The snowdrops did not disappoint and they are beginning to carpet the floor throughout the Abbey grounds.
The sculptures themselves were installed all around; in the brewery, up in the trees, on the walkways, in the gardens and in the cloisters. They were all beautiful in their own way with many changing in the light. Unfortunately the sun was behind the clouds for most of our visit so I had to imagine the change to the sculptures with the sunlight doing its bit - we returned the following Saturday but sadly no sun at all came out to play.
As well as looking at the exhibition pieces we kept ourselves busy...
As we wandered around in between the talking and walking I got my head behind the camera but I also had a feeling I was being watched!
A visit to the Abbey grounds is never complete until the rope swing has been well and truly swung on - I think that has been our favourite installation over recent years!
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Disclaimer: This is not a promotional post. We are members of the National Trust and love to share our experiences at their properties and events.