The Kelpies rise up, metal from water, liquid to steel.
Each built from three hundred tonnes of steel, they rose thirty metres in ninety days.
I am awestruck by them.
I always look for the human moments found in exquisite, beautiful places
"I see The Kelpies as a personification of local and national equine history, of the lost industries of Scotland. I also envisage them as a symbol of modern Scotland - proud and majestic, of the people and the land. They are the culmination of cutting edge technology and hand crafted artisanship, created by our country's leading experts through international partnerships."
I couldn't not agree more with Andy Scott, sculptor
Where did I go?