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Der Ring Alzey-Weinheim

constructing Land Art "Der Ring" in Alzey-Weinheim, Germany.
My helpers for planting Der Ring: from left to right Toni Rizvani, Colin Pachl, behind me Henrik Seidl, Martin Paatch (the excavator driver) and Sacha Helberg. photographer©Jens Hedtke

Five young men (Toni, Colin, Henrik, Martin and Sacha) came to assist me to unload the young Hornbeam plants in their containers and planting them. The young Ironwood trees (as they are also called - Heimbuche in German) were sponsored by Fielman Opticians in Germany. After positioning them according to my plans, we adjusted the interspaces and filled the still open parts of the trench.

constructing Land Art "Der Ring" in Alzey-Weinheim, Germany.

Here Henrik helps me to get the spaces between the trees to be the same. photographer©Jens Hedtke


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