Giant horse head sculptures in Scotland
Before we get back to more serious news, how about some giant horse heads?
From: Green Label
Europeans sure do love their giant animal sculptures. In Falkirk, Scotland, public artist Andy Scott has erected two giant horse heads, which tower above Forth & Clyde canal at about 99-feet tall. The horse heads are called “Kelpies,” which are mythological transforming beasts in Scottish folklore that we believed to have the strength and endurance of 10 horses, serve as a monument to the historic horse-powered industry and economy of Scotland. The Kelpies took over seven years to construct from structural steel with a stainless steel cladding, which visitors will be able to stand inside of once the sculptures become available to the public in April 2014. Take a closer look at the Kelpies in our gallery.
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