The Kick-About #42 ‘Ice Spiral’

Some seasonal images inspired by Andy Goldsworthy.

Red's Kingdom


After our short city break for the KA No.41, we’ve taken a brisk, bracing detour out into the wintry countryside, where we encountered Ice Spiral by the celebrated land artist, Andy Goldsworthy. Enjoy this latest collection of artistic responses to Goldsworthy’s fleeting installation of ice, light, place and form.


Graeme Daly

“When I felt the cold from this week’s prompt, I wanted to recollect the bitter winter in rural Ireland from last year. When I look at these photos, all I can think about is miniature vistas frozen in time: pocketed air bubbles, mimicking silver dollar plants, are trapped among planes of ice like tiny moons; milky swirls of frozen water interjected with brambles, which loop in and out like a serpent on the hunt, and if the camera panned up, something would surely arise from the mist!”


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Phil Cooper

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3 responses to “The Kick-About #42 ‘Ice Spiral’”

  1. philgomm says :

    And thank you for lending us some sparkle of your own, Kerfe! Always appreciated xxx

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  2. D. Avery @shiftnshake says :

    The stitching is like tracks in the snow, makes the whole thing feel like a wintry landscape.

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