The feature contains of 7500 gates each with steel posts and an umbrella all colored in orange. These posts are sixteen foot high with heavy nylon fabric stationed at regular intervals, or irregular depending on the on the overhanging branches (Cross). Christo and Jeanne stipulated that their art work does not really reflect on anything, but just a scene of displaying beauty. Although some speculates that their art work signified many things, Jeanne and Christo insisted that their work was purely for attracting people by providing beautiful scenery. They wanted people to feel the beauty of art different with what is displayed in the museum. Truly, this was one of the most magnificent scenes created through art work by real professionals. While walking through this scenery, one feels like he or she is close to art or inside art itself. One feels like a picture itself while walking through the gates. This complements the natural nature that surrounds the gate. It is so interesting seeing people going in and out of these colorful scenes that look simple yet complex models. As the wind blows, the umbrella like structure in the art is blown making the scene even more worthwhile. It is a creative art that incorporates the essence of nature and at the same time artificial beauty. The gates run up and down, and are visible from both sides even though there are some meanders that make some gates quite invisible. This makes it possible to experience the provided space intricately in three dimensions.
Speculation on whether the gates are environmentally conser