The entire space was very peaceful to wander through, surrounded by hills, forest and silence. No other visitors stopped while we were there, and just a few cars drove on by.
I put a roll of Portra through my old 500c/m (still my camera of choice when I want to just enjoy myself and a space) and reluctantly headed for the exit. I realised while chatting to the attendant on the way out that she was the late artist’s wife, and she maintains and adds to the project as requested by him in his will.
Sadly, the light was retreating and we had another location to find, so we had to press on, but I really wish I could have chatted to her more. I’d love to go back, and look more closely at all the beautiful details. I’m so glad we found it there, in the middle of nowhere.