Chemin De Pives is the perfect art installation for the autumn season. Made out of pine cones, it takes the idea of crop circles to a whole new level. The pine cones have been arranged in a circular pattern on the edge of a cliff, which allows it to be seen from a bird's eye perspective for those lucky enough to fly over it.
Created by artist Sylvain Meyer, the Chemin De Pives art installation is located in Baulmes, Switzerland. The piece is made up of 10 bags worth of pine cones, which took Meyer nearly two months to harvest and collect. Once he figured he had enough, he set out creating the Chemin De Pives art installation, which took another two days to complete.
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