Chandelier Tree

The Chandelier Tree is a wonderful intervention just over the hill from where we live. Six couples have stood under it to get engaged, according to The Eastsider. Hopefully we’ll see more public creativity like this in the coming years.

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  1. They must spend a nice portion of their time just changing light bulbs. Good thing one is an aerialist!

  2. That is enchanting. I just wonder why these indoor chandeliers are not ruined by rain? Does anyone know why? Antique floor lamps and chandeliers are my passion. I got rid of a half dozen chandeliers. I cannot rewire any of these. I still have one chandelier I could not bear to get rid of, maybe more. I have a huge oak tree in my front yard that needs chandeliers. I just need an electrician and an aerialist.

  3. It’s a fabulous installation but what happens to all that electricity when it rains? Soooo many sockets and connections for water to leak into!

    PS I hope attention for this attraction isn’t the catalyst for the city paying them a little visit!

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