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Botanic Gardens in Adelaide...South Australia.... this scupture is made up of 500 precision cut pieces of 6mm clear glass into the shape of a wave
( Designed by Sergio Redegalli)
You can see the trees reflected behind me and if you look closely you can just see my reflection on the glass door of the building behind the sculpture (near the Gentleman's arm whom is walking past on the other side!!)

The Building behinde the Sculpture was built to celebrate Australia’s Bicentenary (1988), the Bicentennial Conservatory in the Adelaide Botanic Garden is the largest single span conservatory in the southern hemisphere. Designed by South Australian architect Guy Maron, the building is curvilinear in shape, 100 metres long, 47 metres wide and 27 metres high. An elegant steel superstructure supports the 2434 square metres of toughened glass which forms the roof, walls and doors. Its glistening and distinctive shape is a landmark particularly for visitors flying into Adelaide.