Seattle: A Sound Garden

On the morning of May 18th, we visited A Sound Garden with our Twitter friends Whitney & Clinton.  We were there for a couple of hours, as other fans stopped by in groups, talked to other fans, and left mementos at the site. 

We visited A Sound Garden a few times before, with the most recent being in 2017. Our photos from that visit are here.

A Sound Garden is one of six outdoor public art works on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) campus that lies adjacent to the Warren G. Magnuson Park on the northwestern shore of Lake Washington in Seattle, Washington.[1][2] The Seattle Arts Commission guided the jury selection headed by Sadao James Hilario, Engineer-in-charge of the GSA Art in Architecture Program for the NOAA Project, and the jury chose five artists from a pool of more than 250.

Designed and built by sculptor Douglas Hollis from 1982–83, A Sound Garden is a sculptural group composed of 12 21 feet (6.4 m) high steel tower structures, at the top of each of which hangs an organ pipe attached to a weather vane that produces soft-toned sounds when it is rotated or passed through by the wind.[1][2][3]
— Wikipedia

The 2018 photos are below