Something that doesn’t trouble a lot of people.
The hieroglyphs show scenes from history. The rocks the temples were made from were covered in intricate designs, scenes, engravings. Fabulous. Great faces peering through history at you.
The temple ruins were amazing. Everywhere you looked there were exquisite details, carvings, embellishments.
It’s a bit different visiting a stately home around Halloween . The Manor House is medieval but later encased in brick!
In between the lulls in the music we were free to wander through the hall and gardens. It’s packed with fabulous artwork. Impressionists, old portraits, sculptures and modern art. Quite a formidable display. If I had a bit more time I could have taken better shorts and got the light and colour better – but there was music to listen to!
A great place to have lunch!! We were lucky having a friend who knew what she was doing. She organised the weather too!
It certain was bright and impressive sitting under the trees staring at you with its one knowing eye!
The three reclining figues look majestic at the top of the hill overlooking the fabulous landscape!
The third Damien Hirst was The Hat Makes The Man. We first glimpsed it from afar and then got right up close!