A fall of Superlambananas

17 June 2008 by Karen

If you’re in Liverpool you won’t have failed to have noticed that there’s been a veritable fall of Superlambananas around town the past few days (apparently ‘fall’ is the collective noun for lambs). That includes our own colourful trio. Just been sent this snap of the Cloudorama at the Lady Lever being lifted into place outside the gallery. Thankfully the ‘fall’ noun wasn’t appropriate to the operation and it made it to the ground in one piece.

Photo showing a large lamb-shaped sculpture being whinched into place on a lawn by a large crane. People in hard hats are supervising.

© Paul Cousins 2008

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