Friday, 4 June 2021

Photo Scavenger Hunt :: June #1 ... Glass

Hi there everyone šŸ˜€

This week the theme for Astrid's photo scavenger hunt is ... glass.

After a short ponder I decided that I’d take a trip through the archives ... back to our visit to Kew in 2019 when we were lucky enough to be visiting at the time of Chihuly’s Reflection on Nature exhibition.

His sculptures were truly spectacular and we were blessed with a glorious summer day ... here are a few of my favourites ...




It really was amazing to see all of the sculptures blending in with the natural environment. We certainly wouldn't hesitate to visit an exhibition again, should we ever get the chance šŸ˜€

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7 comments:

  1. Wow, they are all wonderful. I have selected the one that looks like an Alium flower head as my favourite. I'm so glad I was not responsible for transporting them!

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    1. I think the big blue flowers are my favourite, though they were all stunning. I bet it was a bit of an epic operation to transport and install them all with no breakages šŸ˜‚

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  2. OMG............. They are absolutely amazing. They've taken my breath away & wish we'd known about them as we came across that year. Thanks for sharing, take care & hugs.

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    1. They really were breathtaking Susan. I guess we just got lucky really as it felt like a bit of a once in a lifetime opportunity, we were also blessed with an absolutely glorious day, though it did make for a bit of a hot and sticky tube ride back ja to the city to catch our train home, take care x

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  3. Oh wow, so many beautiful pieces. I love the red spiral tree and ALL of the blue! It does look you had the perfect sunny day to be there.

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    1. They were all stunning and set out in such a way that you kind of just kept stumbling across them ... we just kept having one wow moment after another šŸ˜ƒ

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