We came by in slow moving traffic so I caught a perhaps 20 second glimpse. Its a bit out of the ordinary. It looks as if the oblique bit is already looking uneven and the verdigris effect is patchy. The top is OK but strange. Not much Cornish, Christian, Celtic or arty about it. Worst bit is the meter or so high collar of plastic grass separating the sort of crazy paved/dry stone wall base/plinth from the oblique. The grass looks like the stuff 1960s greengrocers put around treacle tables at markets or undertakers used to line open graves at funerals so as not to awake mourners to the stark realities. It looks all wrong, not least against the pale flat green of the work. The flood light's pole and fitting is intrusive and clumsily sited and given that the whole thing looks smaller than billed, it really ought to be somewhere more obvious. It is almost hidden and incidental rather than an iconic waypoint.
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