Simon who designed and built this amphitheatre writes:
"We need to be promoting deadwood as a landscape material that should be part of the ecological fabric of parks and gardens and as an abundant resource that can be used aesthetically in new garden and landscape design."
File created on 7 November 2004.
Update: Brett Ratcliffe reported on Aug 2014: The deadwood amphitheater is totally overgrown now, and you cannot see logs or the model beetles. To most visitors who don't know its history, there is nothing there except a mass of weedy vegetation.
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