An asphalt path flowing with the hydrological patterns of the stream below.
North Carolina Zoological Park, Greensboro, North Carolina
Road striping paint, glass beads, stone, bronze
400 feet long
The hydrological patterns of the nearby stream were enlarged and painted onto the meandering path with road striping paint. Patterns of vortices were painted where the path curved or went past a manhole cover. Parallel lines of laminar flow depicted the straight portions of the path. These amazing patterns are invisible to the eye, but present in all flowing streams.