We went to Albany on the weekend to see family but also to see the Avenue of Honour by the artist Bruce Munro.
WOW! Such and intricate art piece with so many fibre optics! It was the size of the project that really got me, the lights stretched on for a long way. They looked a lot like the wildflowers on the side of the road in spring time up north.
The installation is in honour of the ANZACS who's last sight of Australia was Albany. It, like the National ANZAC Centre in Albany, is a lovely tribute to that time and the people involved. It is worth taking a few hours to go around the centre while you are in Albany.
I highly recommend a visit to Albany, it is such a historical town and with it's beautiful coastline, it's a real gem. A couple of pics of ours below, just on our phones but it would be hard to do the display justice with any camera, it really is a feeling sort of thing.