What appears to be an unearthly glow at the base of a sycamore tree is actually the careful placement of leaves around its roots. This 2013 installation was for the Berrydown Foundation in Hampshire, England.
I love the natural feeling Andy has gave this picture. He has broken rocks almost perfectly through the middle to create a path. The white layer near the crack also make the picture even more appealing.
Goldsworthy’s most time-consuming step in the process of laying curved sticks around a river boulder in Woody Creek, Colorado, was finding the right sticks. He does beautiful land art that I absolutely love.
Site-Specific Land Art by Andy Goldsworthy are Ephemeral Earthworks
Andy Goldsworthy : environmental art "Incredible Serpentine Root", Andy Goldworthy, This piece by Andy Goldworthy is just really cool. It is a great example of environmental art, as it’s very transitory, one expects the sand to wash away at any moment.