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oddio- Just had a thought. When I photograph the entire piece (upright) on my next visit there, I will make it a point to photograph the pods on the roof as well.
Made me smile to learn of the pods on the roof! Tnx.
Mimi, Thank You and yes, no more deleting. I promise.
So beautiful, and please keep posting and leaving them where they belong!!!!
oddio- The scale of this can't be seen in these photos. I must add that there is a nature center 40' from this piece. On the roof of the building are 3 "seed pods" placed randomly as if they did indeed float up there. The creator was really "thinking out of the box!"octomom- OK,..no more deleting puzzles! lol
Aren't they just a little concerned that one of those things might float away in the wind??Nice pitcher takin' Treker.
Thanks, Treker. You'd be surprised at how many people go back and look at old puzzles.
Oooh, very cool! Thanks!
Thnx loveydear!octomom- I figured since there was no "action" on the old puzzles I started Spring cleaning early! The yard/garden is put to bed for the winter so I have more time for Jigidi. New posts will follow.Thanks for your compliment and interest. And... Happy Hanukkah!
Imagine my surprise when I checked on your profile to see if you had created any new puzzles and found, well, NOTHING! What happened? You had shown your wonderful creativity in your yard art and projects.
Wow, it's great!!!
pkh- This located at the Boise Foothills Learning Center, only 2 miles from the city limits. It's over 10 feet in height. I took a vertical photo however Jigidi only "sees" it as a horizontal pic? (I removed it)
laurajane- I just love it as well.
This is amazing and so pretty!! Thanks treker!
This is really beautiful...and a very cool sculpture!
Naturally, I worked the puzzles backwards. This is an amazing piece of art. If one were to travel to Boise, where would one locate this?