On top of a hill around Quail Lake, you’ll see a large and what I thought was a brutalist sculpture. I found that it had several very interesting and dynamic angles to look at. Dynamic because even with a small push the entire sculpture gracefully moves and swings. Even a small breeze can give it a nudge.
It was completed in 1973 by Colorado College instructor Jack Edwards and placed alongside Colorado Highway 115. It was later moved east to Quail Lake Park where it sits today.
N 38° 47.199 W 104° 48.472