This month Becky (the Queen of Squares) has challenged us to find lines. In Squares naturally. That is the only proper ‘rule’. I have been dipping into the archives for this one, as well as finding local lines.
A huge ceramic sculpture, rising almost to the roof of the Core building in the Eden Project, pays homage to one of the world’s smallest but most important organisms: cyanobacteria.
- Designed by Studio Swine
- 8.5 metres tall
- ‘Breathes’ vapour rings
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WOW! This is amazing . . fascinating piece of sculpture. So beautiful too . . . really really like your lines today 🙂
Glad to have the opportunity to post this one. I love the vapour trails.
It’s made me want to visit the Eden Project again 🙂
Wait until springtime!
Good advice as always xx
Fascinating. I’d be half expecting someone to pop out from that sculpture.
it is a little weird up close! I wasn’t sure what it was, but loved it when the vapours began to pour out!
Well, how cool is that, Jude!
That’s really different. I must go to the Eden Project one of these days.
Best wishes, Pete.
What an amazing sculpture – and clever photos for the challenge. 🙂
Your photos are great Jude, and I imagine it must be pretty spectacular in real life.
I’m having to catch up as I’ve been away, but I’m glad I didn’t miss this. The vapour rings are very effective.
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