An installation described as "the most important environmental art installation ever to come to Wales" is arriving at the National Botanic Gardens today.
The Ghost Forest is 10 giant hardwood trunks, weighing up to 20 tonnes, which are being manoeuvred into position at the National Botanic Gardens of Wales in Carmarthenshire.
The logistics of transporting the Ghost Forest from Oxford are complex. The trunks travelled aboard six huge low-loaders yesterday and spent the night in Pont Abraham services at the end of the M4.
Ghost Forest is the creation of artist Angela Palmer. She explained the inspiration for the work:
Before settling in Wales, the Ghost Forest trunks had been installed in Trafalgar Square and outside the Danish Parliament in Copenhagen.