The Millennium Mast by Lynda and Ron Baird
Last Tuesday was an overcast day with enough wind to cause the sails atop this sculpture to pivot as the mast rotated gently - a treat to watch.
Standing on the Pickering waterfront, the 12-metre-high sculpture represents the white pines once abundant along the this length of Lake Ontario shoreline.
During the 19th century, the tall, straight pines were used for masts by the British Royal Navy.
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