Each week Kammie challenges us to post an oddball photo:
Odd Ball Photos are those great photos that you take which really don’t seem to fit into a common category. We’ve all taken them and like them, because we just can’t hit delete and get rid of them.
This week a photo from the Eden project in Cornwall, a group of carved wooden posts which look like faces.
‘Faces’, Eden project, 2017.
This weeks for the Photo for the Week, Bren asks:
This week’s challenge is In the Pink, so anything pink…
Not the most perfect of Roses, but still lovely.
‘A Hint of Pink’, Eden Project, 2018.
This weekend GC and SueW have chosen ‘Blue’ as the theme for their challenge.
As we begin the month of April Susan and I have chosen a photo challenge relating to the color BLUE as the shade most appropriate to welcome the return of spring with its blue skies, fresh air and babbling brooks.
So this photo came to mind of a large Blue sculpture at the Eden Project. It measures nearly nine metres tall, weighs 20-tonnes, and fires out vapour rings, thought to be the world’s biggest ceramic sculpture at the time it was unveiled at the Eden Project on Tuesday, May 22 2018.
It is called ‘∞ Blue’ (Infinity Blue) and it pays homage to cyanobacteria, one of the world’s smallest living beings. Created by duo Studio Swine (Super Wide Interdisciplinary New Explorers), Japanese architect Azusa Murakami and British artist Alexander Groves.
‘Smoking Blue’, Eden Project, 2018.
This week Teri has challenged us with:
this week’s Sunday Stills theme is “tropical.”
I have not visited any tropical countries, in fact for someone of my age, my travel outside the UK has been very limited. So initially I wondered what I could do with this challenge, maybe a plant, a can of ‘Lilt’ (if any one remembers that!) – it was supposed to be the totally tropical taste after all!
And then I remembered I had a number of photos from inside the Humid Tropical Biome at the Eden project, and so went of looking for one of these.
‘Humid Tropical Biome’, Eden project, Cornwall, 2017.
For this Sunday’s trees challenge from Becca I thought I would use these two magnificent beasts taken at the Eden project.
‘Tall fronds’, Eden project, Cornwall, 2018.
Each week, K’lee and Dale offer us prompts for you to consider as the latest challenge. This week it is:
Now, again for those who don’t know, and a reminder for those who may have taken a challenge of ours in the past, Dale and I don’t place restrictions as such on these challenges. We truly do like seeing you come up with your own interpretations AND experimentation- hence the word- COSMIC…
…you’re allowed to take your imagination all the way out there if you so desire…
So here is my offering of some sublime structures at the Eden project in Cornwall. With some ‘Cosmic’ dust filtered liberally. A six photo panoramic stitch.
“Scrumptious structures’, Eden Project, Cornwall, 2017.
This week Debbie at Travel With Intent Chose Voyage or Voyager for here theme. Her picture was of a stainless steel sculpture sits on the waterfront in Reykjavik. Therefore my first photo inspired by this theme had to be:
A Longship that can no longer make its voyage – ‘Bones’, Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde, 2017
And the second photo of some modern day ‘Vikings’ making a voyage, Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde, 2017
And finally a ship that cannot make its own voyage, but encourages the voyager to start their journey. ‘Landlocked’, Eden project, Cornwall, 2017.
For those of you who are not friends on Facebook, or GPlus here are the photos that I have been working on over the last week or so, taken on our trip last year to Cornwall. Or for those that are and just want to see them again, a link to all 285 photos in one bite sized place.
Cornwall September 2017 [285 photos]
A week ago today we were on holiday in Cornwall, and just about to embark on our first visit to the Eden project, surprising that we have never been given the amount of times we visit Cornwall.
Anyway we had a fabulous time, and I think this 5 photo stitch, fits the bill nicely for Cee’s brief of Lines and Angles.
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