Great Britain is home to hundreds of thousands of old, historic buildings including castles, cathedrals, royal palaces just to name a few. Clifford’s Tower is one of those old favorites, and where there was once a roof now lay 45 vibrant umbrellas suspended from clear wire.
Louise Wyatt and Steve Parker from English Heritage are the masterminds behind this pretty installation that leaves scattered shadows along the interior castle walls. The umbrellas cannot be seen from the exterior of the structure, so the temporary art isn’t intrusive of other city views. Though it’s not really going to keep the rain out, the visual display is a fantastically beautiful one to try and see if you’re in or around York until the 21st of October.
Photos: Daily Mail