Driving in Redlands the other day, I came to a fork in the road--go left on Garden Street or straight ahead on Cajon--and here was the literal fork in the road! The red fork sculpture was in the center of the intersection. Had to get a shot of it, naturally!
While visiting the Kimberly Crest mansion in Redlands, CA, I noticed the old carriage house on the grounds. It now holds the gift shop, but I liked the many angles and lines of the roof line, and focused on that.
This is a piece of public art in Redlands, where I live, The Sister Cities Clock Tower. It was installed a few months ago in Ed Hale Park in downtown. The three clocks reflect the local times in Redlands' three sister cities, Hino in Japan; San Miguel de Allende in Mexico, and Linli in China. Below the clocks is a kinetic sculptural element that releases steel balls at the top of the hour, which spiral their way down to the bottom. The clock tower acts as the southwest entry into the park.