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Next was the Emperor’s Voyage of Discovery at Verdant Works. Designed by chainsaw-wielding Arbroath sculptor Tom Harris-Ward, this penguin is one of two on the trail that is not made of fibreglass. While one in Broughty Ferry called Absent Waves is made out of wire, this bad boy is hand-carved out of wood! Amazingly, the “heart” of the penguin contains a small part of RRS Discovery Ship. “I started off with a big Douglas Fir tree, milled it into four pieces and then glue-laminated these together,” said Tom. “The Antactica-shaped inlay in the penguin’s chest is a piece of teak, salvaged from RSS Discovery during restoration work.” This was part of the original ship and would have been in place during Captain Scott’s voyage to Antarctica. Tom Harris-Ward, a chainsaw sculptor, carved his penguin, ‘Emperor’s Voyage of Discovery’ from four large bits of timber. The highest penguins are perched on top of the Law and it’s well worth the hike up to view them. Sid the Penguin, designed by Douglas Roulston, is simply epic. On a sunny day, he blends seamlessly into the landscape, his feet painted as the Sidlaw Hills, his head and body the clouds and sky.
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