Whilst this may seem to be something from a Sci-fi movie, it is in fact an installation designed byJohn Kennedy as part of an ongoing regeneration project. Known as the Halo, this mysterious structure is built on a reclaimed landfill site in Rawtenstall, England. ‘Halo’ is the centrepiece of panopticons art projects and a stunning spot for photography Christopher Furlong (Getty Images) discovered. The ‘Halo‘ is an 18m-diameter steel lattice structure supported on a tripod five metres above the ground. The core is open at the top, framing views of the sky. It is lit after dark using low-energy LEDs powered by an adjacent wind turbine and glows a sky-blue colour, giving the effect of hovering above the town.