Pacific Grass, part of the Meridian Wellington Wind Sculpture series.

Pacific Grass, part of the Meridian Wellington Wind Sculpture series.

Pacific Grass by Konstantin Dimopoulos, 2001 Wellington, New Zealand 6m x 3m x 2.5m (3 sections) I 20 x 15 x 10 ft High performance composites, concrete

Pacific Grass by Konstantin Dimopoulos, 2001 Wellington, New Zealand 6m x 3m x 2.5m (3 sections) I 20 x 15 x 10 ft High performance composites, concrete

"Carlucci Land", mini golf course and sculptures in Happy Valley, Wellington, New Zealand

"Carlucci Land", mini golf course and sculptures in Happy Valley, Wellington, New Zealand

Andrew Drummond: Tower of Light, Cobham Drive, Wellington -- "Tower of Light" is a machine that uses the wind speed and converts that into light using very simple technology. The rotor at the top of the tower spins in accordance to the wind speed. This rotational speed is read via a controller, which then switches on neon rings in accordance to the speed of the rotor, which is determined by the wind speed.

Andrew Drummond: Tower of Light, Cobham Drive, Wellington -- "Tower of Light" is a machine that uses the wind speed and converts that into light using very simple technology. The rotor at the top of the tower spins in accordance to the wind speed. This rotational speed is read via a controller, which then switches on neon rings in accordance to the speed of the rotor, which is determined by the wind speed.

The Zephyrometer is a giant wind sculpture in Wellington. As the famous wellington wind blows, the needle moves to show the strength.

The Zephyrometer is a giant wind sculpture in Wellington. As the famous wellington wind blows, the needle moves to show the strength.

Ralph Hotere earth quake sculpture on Lambton quay Wellington NZ.

Ralph Hotere earth quake sculpture on Lambton quay Wellington NZ.

Neil Dawson siteworks - Nikau Palm sculptures - Wellington Civic Square, New Zealand

Neil Dawson siteworks - Nikau Palm sculptures - Wellington Civic Square, New Zealand

One of the wind sculptures around the harbour --on the way to airport

Windy Wellington – New Zealands capital celebrates the elements

One of the wind sculptures around the harbour --on the way to airport

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