Halo is a wind-powered kinetic sculpture in Sydney’s Central Park. It’s rather large. The twelve-metre-wide tapered ring sits atop a thirteen-metre-high angled silver mast. But the best bit – the long cantilevered arm at the top turns with the wind.
The design is the work of artists Jennifer Turpin and Michaelie Crawford.
Popular culture has it that Sydney basks in perpetual sunshine. However on the day I photographed this, the city’s textbook blue skies were giving way to gathering storm clouds. Which I think adds a nice touch of monochromatic drama to the overall image.